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|Born||January 10, 1873
|Died||April 27, 1966|
|Other names||二木 謙三|
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.
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