Higginson originally studied at London University, where he took a degree in philosophy and economics. He later entered Manchester Medical School in 1891m and qualified in 1897. He spent most of his career in practice in Edgbaston, Birmingham, and had a particular interest in tuberculosis. Higginson was known for his literary work and had been involved in the Positivist movement.
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