Cameron, Ian

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Cameron, Ian

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1943-

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Dr. Ian Cameron was born and raised in Truro, N.S., the son of Graham Fraser Cameron and Margaret Geneviève Arthur. After completing his education at Mount Allison University and Dalhousie Medical School, he was a professor of Family Medicine at Dalhousie. After he retired from teaching, he practiced family medicine in Sherbrooke for five years before settling into retirement there. A fourth-generation Cameron family member in Sherbrooke, Dr. Cameron has a keen interest in the history of the area. He is the author of "Quarantine, What is Old is New," a history of the quarantine station on Lawlor's Island in Halifax Harbour.

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Sherbrooke, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia

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