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Note on the History of the University of Cambridge

The College of St. John the Evangelist is set on the backs of the River Cam in one of the most beautiful sites in the city of Cambridge. A Combination of traditional and the modern, the 16th and 17th century courts blend attractively with the 20th century Cripps and Fisher Buildings.
The renowned Bridge of Sighs leads to the 19th century Goth New Court which stands at the end of an expanse of grass and trees beside the river.
The College was founded in 1511 by the last will and testament of Lady Margaret Beaufort, mother of Henry VII, on the original mediaeval site of the hospital of St. John.
The buildings have been added to steadily over the years. Outstanding features include the Dining Hall with its 16th century hammerbeam roof and fine old linen – fold paneling and the Chapel built by Sir George Gilbert Scott in the Victorian Gothic style. St. John’s is one of the largest of the University’s residential colleges.
The serene atmosphere of the ancient courts is complemented by the comfort, spaciousness and convenience of its modern accommodation.
The Fisher Building, opened during the Summer of 1988, has several meeting rooms and a large 250 seat lecture theatre, all of which are equipped with the very latest audio – visual and presentation technology.
Nine Nobel Prizes have been awarded to members of St. John’s College.

 

17.Août.2010

Presentation to the World Forum, Cambridge University the subject: Cancer Early Diagnosis and Low Dose Chemotherapy in 6 Common Forms of Carcinoma


19.Août.2010

Submission in the, ‘‘School of Pythagoras Uppercroft, St. John’s College Cambridge,’’ of my MD Thesis Born in London University 1975 under prof. Hamilton Fairley, ‘‘Hodgkin’s Disease: Combination quadruple chemotherapy, discrimination in fewer different histology types in the very late stage IV of the disease.’’ This Manuscript is the only one for all years, Universally, for Hodgkin's disease, in the late stage IVB.


19.Août.2010

Submission in the, ‘‘School of Pythagoras Uppercroft, St. John’s College Cambridge,’’ of the subject ‘‘Cancer; Early diagnosis, Low Dose Chemotherapy and Prevention with better results, less side effects and prolonged life.’’ PERHAPS with the end of that manuscript (ten year results), a new era may emerge for Current Anti – Cancer Therapeutic Regimens.