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‘In matters of money and murder, it is the first step that is difficult.’

Hemantha Senanayake


Professor A H Sheriffdeen, FRCS, retired recently after a distinguished career as professor of surgery at the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka. He will be remembered for his uncompromising standards, dedication to work and pioneering spirit. He used his considerable influence in society to raise funds to improve the standards of health care. Hemantha Senanayake [HS] spoke to him.

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