Kenzo Futaki

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Kenzō Futaki
Born January 10, 1873
Akita Prefecture
Died April 27, 1966
Nationality Japanese
Other names 二木 謙三
Occupation Doctor

Kenzō Futaki (二木 謙三 Futaki Kenzō?, January 10, 1873 – April 27, 1966) was a Japanese doctor who studied infectious diseases. He was a leader in the medical community in Japan and he had a strong understanding of traditional Japanese folk remedies. He was a candidate for the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. He was the grandfather of Kenichi Futaki, an emeritus professor at Kokugakuin University.


This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Japanese Wikipedia.