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Collection by Muthu Kishore

Muthu Kishore
The New York Historical Society’s new exhibition, “Breakthrough: The Dramatic Story of the Discovery of Insulin” is an illuminating display of historical documents. Frederick Banting, Type One Diabetes, Thing 1, Diabetes Awareness, University Of Toronto, Diabetes Treatment, Diabetes Management, Fun To Be One, Type 1

“Breakthrough: The Dramatic Story of the Discovery of Insulin” at the New York Historical Society

Perhaps the most captivating of the final displays is a glass enclosure of 360 empty insulin vials...

Discovery of Insulin 11 Jan 1922 In January 1922 in Toronto, a boy was chosen as the first person with diabetes to receive insulin. The test was a success and insulin was discovered. Frederick Banting, Group Of Seven, Type 1 Diabetes, 14 Year Old, Save My Life, Old Boys, Discovery, Medicine, 1920s

Dr Frederick Banting, Thank You For Saving My Life

November the 14th is World Diabetes Day and the the birthday of Dr Frederick Banting, the man who saved the lives of millions of Type 1 Diabetics.

  Diabetes Awareness, Type 1 Diabetes, Feature Film, Documentary, Discovery, The Cure, Medicine, Knowledge, Learning

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The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1923 was awarded jointly to Frederick Grant Banting and John James Rickard Macleod "for the discovery of insulin". Frederick Banting, Arte Sketchbook, Canadian History, University Of Toronto, Science Photos, Medical History, Nobel Prize, 2nd Floor, Wellness

Banting and Best Labratory

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