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Ask anyone attempting endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) in the 1970s and you will be regaled with stories about Peter Cotton's master classes at the Middlesex Hospital. He had brought ERCP to Britain after spending 2 weeks with Kazuei Ogoshi in Japan in 1971. His skill was legendary and people flocked to his unit to watch him. As his reputation grew he travelled widely lecturing and demonstrating, and was called to treat royalty and celebrities all over the world. In 1986, to the dismay of many, he moved to the Duke University, North Carolina, and later to …
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