Strangway, Alice Kathleen, 1902-1986

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Strangway, Alice Kathleen, 1902-1986

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1902-1986

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Walter Earl Strangway (1899-1980) and Alice Kathleen Strangway (1902-1986) were missionaries to Angola. Walter Earl Strangway was born in Petrolia, Ontario, in 1899. He studied medicine at the University of Toronto. He served at Chissamba Hospital, Angola, 1928-1967, and was famous for his work with lepers. He worked part-time at Riverdale Hospital, Toronto, 1968-1977. He died in 1980. Alice Kathleen Strangway was born Alice Kathleen Skinner in 1902 in Douglas, Manitoba. She studied nutrition and chemistry and the University of Toronto and the University of Liverpool. She worked in the laboratory at Chissamba Hospital and conducted nutritional research in Angola, 1928-1967. She continued part-time research at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto after 1967. She died in 1986.

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