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Barry Marshall, Robin Warren

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Japanese doctor helped two Aussies win Nobel in medicine
The Japan Times
In 1983, Australian pathologist Robin Warren, 77, and physician Barry Marshall, 63, discovered the hitherto unknown bacterial species living in a stomach, which was then considered free from bacteria. Helicobacter pylori was linked with stomach and ...

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Alexandria and Arlington home sales
Washington Post
Gibbon St., 516-Robert F. Starzynski and Barbara M. Warren to Brooke E. Lombardi, $665,000. Gretna Green Ct., 128-Adam T. Stone to Stephen L. Lutes, ... 902-Robin J. Adams to Brigitte B. Pribram, $685,000. Maris Ave., 5278-Erin A. Dodson to Cesar Bula ...

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ANU immunologist claims new award
The Australian
Named after Australian Nobel prize winner Howard Florey, who discovered penicillin, its first winners — Barry Marshall and Robin Warren — went on to share a Nobel prize seven years later. AIPS said Professor Vinuesa's work aimed to unravel “the ...

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Tributes paid to the West troops that lost their lives in Afghanistan
Western Morning News
February 14 – Rifleman Mark Marshall, 29, from Exeter, of 6th Battalion The Rifles, died in an explosion while on foot patrol. His mother Lynn said her “beloved” son “lived life to the ... His parents, Jenny and Robin, and younger brothers, Nick and ...

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