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Today In Medical History – March 6

(1899) Aspirin is registered as a trademark by the pharmaceutical company Bayer.

(2013) American biochemist and academic William W. Cleland passes away. His research focused on enzymes and their ability to speed up reactions.

(2014) American orthopedic surgeon Frank Jobe passes away. He performed the first ‘Tommy John Surgery’, a surgery where the UCL in the medial elbow is replaced with a tendon.

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