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Enrico Anglesio
(1908-2003)

He graduated in medicine in 1933, and was a pioneer of modern oncology and chemotherapy in Italy. He contributed to research on lymphomas. He founded one of the first Cancer Registry in the South European region, and directed the coordination bodies of descriptive epidemiology. He was active in the UICC and was a national Councillor and the President if the Turin branch of the Italian League Against Cancer. He wrote several scientific publications, a digest of practical oncology and a brief history of oncology.

Elena Moroni Zanetti
(1947-1999)

She graduated in Political Science, and for many years was the librarian at the Neurological Hospital of the University of Milan. She actively worked in the voluntary sector in Milan. During the last part of her life she worked on economic sciences and published (with S. Finardi) the essay on the economy of transport: "Stati d'eccezione. Zone e porti franchi nell'economia-mondo", Franco Angeli Editore, 2000.

Margherita Rey Anglesio
(1909-2007)

Margherita Rey married Enrico Anglesio in 1939. During their long life together, she often acted as a valuable assistant in scientific writing and in keeping in correspondence with colleagues around the world. On her own, she has been President of the “Associazione Amici della Musica” and a member of the steering board of “Pro Cultura Femminile”. After her husband’s death, she has collected his memories in a booklet.

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