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Eli Nadel

Eliah Maurice Nadel (1918-1981) was an American actor born in the Bronx, New York.

As a child he appeared in Fox Film's Sunshine Comedy series of short comedy films.

His best known role was "The Kid" in the 1925 Famous Players-Lasky feature, "Womanhandled."[1]

After his film career he studied medicine and, as a career physician, worked for the Cancer Control Branch of the National Cancer Institute, where he developed the biometric considerations that were relevant to testing for cancer.[2]

Later, he joined the Research Service of the Veteran's Administration, serving as Chief, Research in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine from 1966-1968. He left VA in 1970 and became Associate Dean and Professor of Pathology, at St. Louis University School of Medicine in St. Louis, MO.[3]


  1. ^ [1] Womanhandled
  2. ^ [2] As Memory Serves-An Informal History of the National Cancer Institute, 1937-57
  3. ^ [3] A Historical Look at the Department of Veterans Affairs Research and Development Program

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