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Found 712 results

  1. Wickerman

    William Frankland

    Born 19 March 1912 (108 years of age on this day I create the topic in his name). A collaborator with Alexander Fleming in the development of penicillin. Frankland taught that increased levels of cleanliness and hygiene in modern life account significantly for the rise in allergies, the so-called Hygiene Hypothesis. He has said that "We don't set off our immune system early on, we are too clean. In the former East Germany for instance, with very poor work and housing conditions, people were less allergic". I recall my own GP in Birmingham (Mary Stone) who met Frankland - telling my mother (when I was very young) to: “Let him play in the dirt it will help build his immune system”. Frankland was instrumental in the creation of the British Association of Allergists in 1948. In 1962 the Association became the British Allergy Society, and Frankland served as president between 1963 and 1966. The society became the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology (BSACI) in 1973. Frankland is a founder member and president of the International Association of Aerobiology, and president of the UK charity the Anaphylaxis Campaign. Frankland continues to publish; at age 100 he authored "100 years of allergen immunotherapy", and most recently co-authoring, "Flight Lieutenant Peach's observations on Burning Feet Syndrome in Far Eastern Prisoners of War 1942–45" in the 'Quarterly Journal of Medicine' in 2016. A person well worthy of his own topic here on DeathList. Long may he continue to live.
  2. LB93

    Kobe Bryant

    TMZ reporting Kobe Bryant has been killed in a helicopter crash.
  3. Grim Reaper

    45. Terry Jones

    The Terry Jones thread.
  4. Grim Reaper

    26. Genesis P-Orridge

    The Genesis P-Orridge thread.
  5. Grim Reaper

    5. Daniel arap Moi

    The Daniel arap Moi thread.
  6. Sean

    Roger Scruton

    Set up a thread for Sir Roger Scruton due to his recent photos.Looks like he is close to death.
  7. Joey Russ

    Eddie Money

    So as many of you know, Eddie Money has been diagnosed with stage 4 esophageal cancer. Well, with all the coverage he had received, I have decided that he’s probably drop 40 worthy and maybe Deathlist worthy too. However, he’d have to see 2020 first, which might a tough task imo.
  8. Paul Bearer

    Billy McNeill

    Former footie player, Lisbon Lion and manager is apparently in a bad way. Seems he might not last the night.
  9. Putin

    Christopher Tolkien

    He is the son of J.R.R. Tolkien. He is 94 years old and drew the original maps of Middle-Earth and finished The Silmarillion after his father died, and written many other books.
  10. Grim Reaper

    Tony Britton

    The Tony Britton thread.
  11. Grim Reaper

    Bob Hawke

    This is the Bob Hawke thread.
  12. lifeis...

    Gloria Vanderbilt

    I think she's doing well, for now
  13. Paul Bearer

    John McCririck

    Well, as no one seems to want to start a thread for him, I thought I'd do it. He's not looking very well at the moment. What's the betting he's going to appear on the 2019 list?
  14. BeretBleu

    Johnny Clegg

    he has a pancreas cancer since 2015 he just announced the cancer have mestastasized to the lung and said :" the end is near" http://www.lefigaro.fr/musique/2018/09/27/03006-20180927ARTFIG00167-johnny-clegg-evoque-son-cancerma-famille-sait-que-la-fin-approche.php i think he is enough famous for having his own topic
  15. msc

    Fenella Fielding

    Fenella Fielding has massive stroke, recovery uncertain. Carry On Screaming, kids TV, The Prisoner, musical theatre, Guest House Paradiso etc etc you know who she is.
  16. The Mad Hatter

    Tim Conway

    http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2018/08/28/bob-newhart-says-carol-burnett-star-tim-conway-is-receiving-most-devoted-care.html According to this article he needs a speech therpist to help him with eating and is almost unresponsive. If he makes it through this year then he is a must for 2019
  17. markb4

    Tim Conway

    Comedian Tim Conway is suffering from dementia apparently and is "almost entirely unresponsive". https://people.com/tv/tim-conway-dementia-daughter-asking-conservatorship/
  18. Sean

    Charles Krauthammer

    The legendary syndicated political columnist Charles Krauthammer has "a few weeks to live" after a recurrence of abdominal cancer first diagnosed in August 2017 that has "spread rapidly".Thought he was famous enough for his own thread.
  19. Sean

    Matt Cappotelli

    The thread for Matt Capotelli. a promising young wrestler who lost his promising career to a brain tumour in 2006.Now battling stage Iv glioblastoma diagnosed nearly a year ago.Treatment was discontinued 3 weeks ago.
  20. Sean

    John Bain

    Thread for the game critic who is now only receiving palliative care for stage 4 colon cancer.
  21. Paul Bearer

    Leslie Grantham

    Watching something on ch5 last night and Leslie Grantham (AKA Dirty Den) popped up on it. Holy shit he's aged. Might be one to watch out for. Sorry if he has a thread. Can't find one already set up for him.
  22. Lafaucheuse

    French celebrities

    Here is a thread of the best bets for 2018, dedicated to French celebrities. Feel free to post your list, I will post mine.
  23. YoungWillz

    Avicii

    Well, blow me, DJ Avicii (Tim Bergling)is dead at 28: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/avicii-dead-swedish-musician-was-28-1104501
  24. Gooseberry Crumble

    Kenny Rogers

    https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/lifestyle/country-legend-kenny-rogers-cuts-short-farewell-tour-10105938 Given the announcement that American country and western singer Kenny Rogers has had to cut short his farewell tour due to health challenges .I thought it was high time this big name star of country and western music had his own thread .He certainly deserves one . Yes they are playing down the seriousness of these health challenges but I think it is a timely reminder that its about time he had his own thread .
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