On the facade of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine are all sorts of creepy crawlies, symbols of the vectors that carry infectious diseases. Among them is a mosquito, and behind this mosquito lies the story of two remarkable men who helped found the institution.
Rhona Levene and Stella Geddes tell the story of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine with contributions from Claire Frankland, Rebecca Tremain and Aisling Walsh of the LSHTM (produced by Freddy Chick) – 9’ 33” (© Rhona Levene, Stella Geddes, Freddy Chick, CCRadio)
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