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oncologist

Jean-Yves Follezou, French oncologist. License Doctor of Medicine. Recipient medal, Town of Villejuif, 1980. President, Medical Help to Cambodia, Paris, 1979, France-S.U. Health Commission, 1988. Member New York Academy of Sciences, Amis de Charles Bukowski Club (president 1985), Amis Louis Aragon (advisory council).

Background

Follezou, Jean-Yves was born on July 8, 1948 in Guingamp, France. Son of Emile and Marie (Offret) Follezou.

Education

Graduate, Pitie Salpetriere, Paris, 1977. Graduate, University Paris, Paris, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy, University Paris, Paris, 1992.

Career

Intern Hospital Assistance Public, Paris, 1971-1976. Chief clinical University Paris, 1977-1985, maitre de conference, 1986. Principal Hospital Salpetriere, Paris, since 1987.

Vice president University Paris 6, 1979-1980. National board Health Ministry, France, 1982-1986. National council Inserm, 1983-1987, 91-95.

National committee National Center for Scientific Research, 1987-1991. General director International Center Lutte Against Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome in Africa.

Achievements

  • License Doctor of Medicine.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Cancer Chemotherapy, since 1980. Contributor 250 articles to professional journals. Reviewer medical journal, 1980-1999.

Membership

President, Medical Help to Cambodia, Paris, 1979, France-S.U. Health Commission, 1988. Member New York Academy of Sciences, Amis de Charles Bukowski Club (president 1985), Amis Louis Aragon (advisory council).

Connections

father:
Emile Follezou

mother:
Marie (Offret) Follezou