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AP: Fetal Tissue Has Long Been Used for Medical Studies

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This Oct. 21, 1954 file photo shows Frederick Robbins, new chief of pediatrics and contagious diseases at Cleveland City Hospital, after the announcement that he, John Enders and Thomas Weller were awarded the Nobel prize for medicine. The 1954 Nobel ...

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Sepp Blatter and the Nobel Prize: What is Putin Thinking?

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Although Blatter has many awards and served FIFA for 17 years as president, he is in no way qualified to receive a Nobel Prize. In fact, given that the Nobel Prize is only given in Chemistry, Peace, Physics, Physiology, Literature, and Medicine, Putin ...

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Nobel Prize winner to speak at Fermilab

Chicago Tribune
Szostak, a professor of genetics at Harvard Medical School and a professor of chemistry and chemical biology at Harvard University, received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2009. The Fermilab lecture will discuss efforts to design and ...

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Share “Human fetal tissue long used for variety...”

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... new chief of pediatrics and contagious diseases at Cleveland City Hospital, after the announcement that he, Dr. John Enders and Dr. Thomas Weller were awarded the Nobel prize for medicine. The 1954 Nobel Prize in medicine was awarded for work with ...

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