Europe discovers a Boston doctor
Boston Globe (Boston, Mass)
October 28 1934
6 columns ; 58 x 39 cm.
Item is a newspaper clipping consisting of a banner headline, an article, and 3 photographs. Subheadings: 'But Overlooked Big Part Played by Murphy in Minot Discoveries Recognized by Nobel Prize Investigators - Did They also Learn Drama of Doctor Being Kept Alive by one Discovery to Make Another Discovery.'
MS. COLL 76 (Banting) Scrapbook 2, Box 2, Page 88
Title taken from headline.
Includes photographs of F. G. Banting, the Minot family and the Murphy family.
George Richards Minot was diagnosed with diabetes in the year that Banting discovered insulin. He was kept alive through insulin treatment to continue his research on cure for pernicious anemia. In 1934 Minot won the Nobel Prize for his work.
Banting, Frederick Grant, Sir, 1891-1941Minot, George Richards, 1885-1950Murphy, William Parry, 1892-