Asher Asher (16 February 1837 – 7 January 1889), born in Glasgow, was the first Scottish Jew to enter the medical profession. The only book he published was The Jewish Rite of Circumcision (1873). He died in London, England.

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  • Asher Asher (16 February 1837 – 7 January 1889), born in Glasgow, was the first Scottish Jew to enter the medical profession. The only book he published was The Jewish Rite of Circumcision (1873). He died in London, England. (en)
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  • Asher Asher (16 February 1837 – 7 January 1889), born in Glasgow, was the first Scottish Jew to enter the medical profession. The only book he published was The Jewish Rite of Circumcision (1873). He died in London, England. (en)
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