Windsor C. Cutting

| death_place = Haleiwa, Hawaii | education = Stanford University | workplaces = | partner = Mary | children = 6 }}

Windsor Cooper Cutting (July 30, 1907–May 29, 1972) was an American physician and researcher from California. His research focused on cancer, fertility, and chemotherapy of viral infections. He was the founding editor of two medical journals: the ''Annual Review of Medicine'' and the ''Annual Review of Pharmacology''. Provided by Wikipedia
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