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Melvin boigon, M.D.

Melvin boigon, M.D. IN MEMORIAM 1920-1969 was also a Fellow of the American THE SUDDEN and unexpected death Academy of Psychoanalysis, and ser- on January 1, 1969, at age 48, ved on a number of its committees. of our friend and colleague, Dr. Mel- vin Boigon, left us shocked and grie- Dr. Boigon died of a brain hemorr- age. He is survived by his wife, our ved. An active participant in so many colleague, Dr. Helen W. Boigon, and aspects of the work of our associated organizations, his efforts, stimulation their two children. His life-affirming and thoughtfulness will be sorely mis- spirit was expressed in his wish, ful- filled by his wife, that his heart, kid- sed. neys and corneas be donated to those Born in Toronto on May 9, 1920, he was graduated from the University in dire need. "The tragedy of the passing of so of Toronto and from there received vital a young person, in the prime of his medical degree in 1945. After an his creative productiveness is beyond internship in London, Ontario, and a description," said Dr. Helen DeRosis, residency in psychiatry at Central secretary of the Board of Trustees of Islip Hospital in New York, he http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The American Journal of Psychoanalysis Springer Journals

Melvin boigon, M.D.

The American Journal of Psychoanalysis , Volume 29 (2): 1 – Sep 1, 1969

Melvin boigon, M.D.

Abstract

IN MEMORIAM 1920-1969 was also a Fellow of the American THE SUDDEN and unexpected death Academy of Psychoanalysis, and ser- on January 1, 1969, at age 48, ved on a number of its committees. of our friend and colleague, Dr. Mel- vin Boigon, left us shocked and grie- Dr. Boigon died of a brain hemorr- age. He is survived by his wife, our ved. An active participant in so many colleague, Dr. Helen W. Boigon, and aspects of the work of our associated organizations, his efforts, stimulation their...
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Springer Journals
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1969 The Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis
ISSN
0002-9548
eISSN
1573-6741
DOI
10.1007/BF01873853
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Abstract

IN MEMORIAM 1920-1969 was also a Fellow of the American THE SUDDEN and unexpected death Academy of Psychoanalysis, and ser- on January 1, 1969, at age 48, ved on a number of its committees. of our friend and colleague, Dr. Mel- vin Boigon, left us shocked and grie- Dr. Boigon died of a brain hemorr- age. He is survived by his wife, our ved. An active participant in so many colleague, Dr. Helen W. Boigon, and aspects of the work of our associated organizations, his efforts, stimulation their two children. His life-affirming and thoughtfulness will be sorely mis- spirit was expressed in his wish, ful- filled by his wife, that his heart, kid- sed. neys and corneas be donated to those Born in Toronto on May 9, 1920, he was graduated from the University in dire need. "The tragedy of the passing of so of Toronto and from there received vital a young person, in the prime of his medical degree in 1945. After an his creative productiveness is beyond internship in London, Ontario, and a description," said Dr. Helen DeRosis, residency in psychiatry at Central secretary of the Board of Trustees of Islip Hospital in New York, he

Journal

The American Journal of PsychoanalysisSpringer Journals

Published: Sep 1, 1969

Keywords: Clinical Psychology; Psychotherapy; Psychoanalysis

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