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Question 1: Abraham Pineo Gesner, surgeon and inventor of ________ refining

Question 2: It is a large teaching hospital and is home to the King's College London School of Medicine and Dentistry (formerly known as the ________).
Imperial College School of MedicineUniversity College London Medical SchoolGuy's HospitalKing's College London School of Medicine and Dentistry

Question 3: At 143 metres (469 ft) high, this is the tallest hospital building in the world, and the 11th tallest building in ________.

Question 4: Sir ________, the first to describe myxoedema and coined the term anorexia nervosa
EnglandJack the Ripper: The Final SolutionLondonSir William Gull, 1st Baronet

Question 5: Humphry Osmond, psychiatrist who worked with ________ and coined the term
Psychoactive drugPsychedelics, dissociatives and deliriantsPsychedelic drugDissociative

Question 6: The western courtyard has a statue of the hospital benefactor Lord Nuffield and the eastern courtyard contains an arch from the old London Bridge in which a seated statue of ________ was recently installed.
George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron ByronRomantic poetryJohn KeatsPercy Bysshe Shelley

Question 7: Guy's Hospital is a large NHS hospital in the borough of Southwark in south east London, ________.
WalesUnited KingdomScotlandEngland

Question 8: ________, early work on epidemiology of the smallpox vaccine
James JurinMedicineIsaac NewtonRoger Cotes

Question 9: ________, a 1,000 ft (300 m) skyscraper being built next to Guy's
Shard London BridgeWaterview TowerCity Hall and City DumaBurj Al Arab

Question 10: Gerard Folliott Vaughan, UK psychiatrist, who became a politician and minister of state during ________'s government
Margaret ThatcherRonald ReaganWinston ChurchillHarold Macmillan

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