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Francis James Steward entered the medical school at Guy's Hospital in October 1899, and remained attached to the hospital for the rest of his life. From 1932 he was a consulting surgeon at Guy's Hospital. He won many prizes during his undergraduate career, and was the author, together with W H A Jacobsen, of a book The operations of surgery: intended especially for the use of those recently appointed on a hospital staff and for those preparing for the higher examinations. This was published in 1902 by J and A Churchill, London. He also published in the Clinical Journal and British Medical Journal, and was joint editor of Guy's Hospital Reports between 1901 and 1922.

On 18 Jun 1915 he was gazetted major RAMC(T), and was later promoted lieutenant-colonel.



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