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Berton Roueché

American journalist

1910   -   1994 or 1971

country of citizenship: United States of America
language of expression: American English
educated at: University of Missouri
occupation: journalist, novelist, medical writer

Clarence Berton Roueché, Jr. ( roo-SHAY; April 16, 1910 – April 28, 1994) was an American medical writer who wrote for The New Yorker magazine for almost fifty years. He also wrote twenty books, including Eleven Blue Men (1954), The Incurable Wound (1958), Feral (1974), and The Medical Detectives (1980). An article he wrote for The New Yorker was made into the 1956 film Bigger Than Life, and many of the medical mysteries on the television show House were inspired by Roueché's writings.
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