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Collection National Cancer Institute
Title Kenneth M. Endicott
Caption Kenneth M. Endicott
Description Kenneth Milo Endicott was director of the National Cancer Institute from 1960 to 1969. During those years, he helped develop the chemotherapy program that revolutionized cancer treatment throughout the world and served as the first director of the National Cancer Institute's chemotherapy research program. Dr. Endicott later served as administrator of the Health Resources Administration in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. He died in 1987.
Credit line Courtesy of the Office of History, National Institutes of Health
Accession number 5786
Number of images 2
Catalog Number 4416
Photographer Edward A. Hubbard
Place Bethesda, MD
Year Range from 1950
Year Range to 1970
Organizations NIH; NCI (National Cancer Institute)
NIH; OD, OER, Division of Research Grants (1946-1997)
Public Health Service (U.S.) (1912-present)
Other number 4416
People Endicott, Kenneth M.