Dr David Wheldon MB, FRCPath
David Wheldon was born in 1950 in Moira, a coal-mining village in Leicestershire, England. He was given a Quaker education at Sidcot School, Somerset. He read Medicine at Bristol and, after receiving his degree, he studied Pathology and Medical Microbiology at the Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford.
He studied Neuropathology under Betty Brownell and David Oppenheimer. He has practised medicine since in many parts of England and Wales. One of his interests is the treatment of infections of the central nervous system. He has become convinced by evidence that a bacterium causes multiple sclerosis, a common and disabling disease of the brain and spinal cord.
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