Published 1996, 121 pp, 49 figures
Peter Broughton and John Lines
This interesting and informative historical record contains unique archive material, enlivened by the memories of several of those involved in the formative years of the Association of Clinical Biochemists. The book examines the feelings of challenge, excitement and comradeship which surrounded the foundation and early years of the Association and goes on to look at its role both in the UK and in the development of medicine worldwide. The achievements of the Association and its members in science , education, regulation and publications are also documented in this fascinating insight into the development of an important scientific institution.