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Sir Andrew Balfour KCMG CB (21 March 1873 – 30 January 1931) was a Scottish Medical Officer who specialised in tropical medicine. Balfour spent twelve years in Khartoum, Sudan and was the Medical Officer of Health in the city. As well as writing medical publications, Balfour also wrote historical fiction and fantasy novels, the majority of which were published from 1897 to 1903. In his youth Balfour was also a notable sportsman playing rugby union for Cambridge University in the Varsity Match and was selected to represent the Scotland national team.

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  • Sir Andrew Balfour KCMG CB (21 March 1873 – 30 January 1931) was a Scottish Medical Officer who specialised in tropical medicine. Balfour spent twelve years in Khartoum, Sudan and was the Medical Officer of Health in the city. As well as writing medical publications, Balfour also wrote historical fiction and fantasy novels, the majority of which were published from 1897 to 1903. In his youth Balfour was also a notable sportsman playing rugby union for Cambridge University in the Varsity Match and was selected to represent the Scotland national team.
  • Sir Andrew Balfour KCMG, CB, LL D (* 21. März 1873 in Edinburgh; † 30. Januar 1931 in Penshurst) war ein schottischer Arzt, Schriftsteller und Rugbyspieler.
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  • Sir Andrew Balfour KCMG CB (21 March 1873 – 30 January 1931) was a Scottish Medical Officer who specialised in tropical medicine. Balfour spent twelve years in Khartoum, Sudan and was the Medical Officer of Health in the city. As well as writing medical publications, Balfour also wrote historical fiction and fantasy novels, the majority of which were published from 1897 to 1903. In his youth Balfour was also a notable sportsman playing rugby union for Cambridge University in the Varsity Match and was selected to represent the Scotland national team.
  • Sir Andrew Balfour KCMG, CB, LL D (* 21. März 1873 in Edinburgh; † 30. Januar 1931 in Penshurst) war ein schottischer Arzt, Schriftsteller und Rugbyspieler.
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