Diabetes and insulin: Nobel lecture delivered at Stockholm on September 15th, 1925
Banting, Frederick Grant, Sir, 1891-1941
Imprimerie Royale. P. A. Norstedt & Fils
20 p. ; 25 x 17 cm.
Lecture outlines in detail the several stages in the discovery and development of insulin. In this account Banting gives Collip the credit for the initial purification of the extract, and cites Best as the person chiefly responsible for solving the large scale production problems. The remainder of his speech describes some of the clinical results of insulin treatment and mentions the cases of Elizabeth Hughes and Elsie Needham.
MS. COLL. 76 (Banting), Box 36, Folder 24
Printed version of the Nobel Prize lecture delivered at Stockholm by Banting (Sept. 15, 1925)
This copy is Banting's presentation copy to his parents.
Macleod delivered his Nobel Prize lecture at Stockholm on May 26th, 1925.
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