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Colin Robert Andrew Laverty (26 May 1937 — 9 February 2013)Colin LAVERTY Notice, Sydney Morning Herald, 11 February 2013 was an Australian medical practitioner and was the first to confirm (using electronmicroscopy) that the human papillomavirus was much more common in the cervix than previously thought and in 1978 he suggested that this virus be considered as possibly involved in the causation of cervical cancer.Sydney Morning Herald 26–27 January 2008 Honours Liftout pp 3 He was also a prolific art collector.

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