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Career[change | change source]
Willis returned to the United Kingdom in 1881. He practiced in Wales with his brother until 1885.
References[change | change source]
- "Obituary: William Willis, M.D.," The Lancet, 24 February 1894, cited by Hugh Cortazzi in "The Pestilently Active Minister, Dr. Willis's Comments on Sir Harry Parkes," Monumenta Nipponica, Vol. 39, No. 2 (Summer, 1984), pp. 147-161; retrieved 2012-3-5.
- Murata, Fusayoshi. "Dr. William Willis and Dr. Kanehiro Takaki," Jikeikai Medical Journal, 2000:49, pp. 91-100; retrieved 2012-3-5.
- "Obituary: George Willis, M.D.,Glasg., L.R.C.S,Edin., L.S.A., J.P.," Lancet, September 24, 1898, p. 842.
Further reading[change | change source]
- Cortzzi, Hugh, (1985). Dr. Willis in Japan, 1862-1877: British medical pioneer London: Athlone Press. ISBN 0-485-11264-7