Samuel Armstrong Lane

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Samuel Armstrong Lane FRCS (1802 - 2 August 1892) was an English surgeon, consulting surgeon to St Mary's Hospital.

In 1840 he was the first person to do a blood transfusion for haemophilia.

In 1843 he was elected one of the original 300 Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons


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