He fought the plague in China and inspired descendants to be doctors like him – the legacy of Wu Lien-teh

Medicine

In 1910, Dr Wu Lien-teh, born in British Malaya, led a successful fight to suppress a plague outbreak in Harbin, northeast China, with face masks as one of his weapons. Six of his descendants, all doctors, reflect on his legacy and the Covid-19 fight.

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