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Title: The Brucellosis Museum in Valletta
Authors: Wyatt, H.V.
Keywords: Brucellosis -- Museum -- Malta
Zammit, Themistocles, 1864-1935
Brucellosis -- Research
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Malta Medical Journal
Citation: Malta Medical Journal. 2010, Vol.22(1), p. 44
Abstract: The booklet Sir Temi Zammit’s laboratory celebrated the opening of the restored laboratory in the Department of Health building in Valletta, It was published by the Maltese Government and is no longer available although an occasional copy has been offered on e-bay. This booklet and its companion about the transmission of brucellosis2 have no ISBN code and may not even be covered by copyright. It would be a fitting memorial to Dr. Paul Cassar for them to be reprinted – if published as a supplement to the Malta Medical Journal, they would be available again. The museum in the Castellania Palace in Valletta commemorates the work of the Mediterranean Fever Commission (MFC) and Sir Temi Zammit in particular. As suggested by Paul Cassar, it should be visited by all medical and nursing students, to hear a talk about the work of Zammit, Malta’s most famous doctor. Public access to the museum is difficult, but might be arranged for small groups on announced days and times..
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MMJ, Volume 22, Issue 1

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