Canadian Medical Scientist Sir Frederick Banting's 125th birthday! #GoogleDoodle #Insulin #worlddiabetesday 😷🏥💊

Canadian Medical Scientist Sir Frederick Banting's 125th birthday! #GoogleDoodle #Insulin #worlddiabetesday 😷🏥💊

Sir Frederick Grant Banting, KBE, MC, FRS,[1] FRSC (November 14, 1891 – February 21, 1941) was a Canadian medical scientist, doctor and Nobel laureate noted as one of the main discoverers of insulin.

Sir Frederick Grant Banting, KBE, MC, FRS,[1] FRSC (November 14, 1891 – February 21, 1941) was a Canadian medical scientist, doctor and Nobel laureate noted as one of the main discoverers of insulin.

27th Aug - On this day: Insulin isolated by Sir Frederick Banting and Charles Best 1921   (Source: Castelli 2017 corporate diary/2017 diaries feature facts every day)

27th Aug - On this day: Insulin isolated by Sir Frederick Banting and Charles Best 1921 (Source: Castelli 2017 corporate diary/2017 diaries feature facts every day)

Frederick Banting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Frederick Banting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

#Man behind insulin Sir Frederick Banting's 125th birthday is celebrated with a Google doodle - International Business Times UK:…

#Man behind insulin Sir Frederick Banting's 125th birthday is celebrated with a Google doodle - International Business Times UK:…

Frederick Banting - Wikipedia

Frederick Banting - Wikipedia

Frederick Banting (1891 - 1941) ♦ Millions of diabetics owe their lives to Frederick Banting's idea and research. Working with fellow Canadians Charles Best and James Collip, Banting determined that insulin was the key to treating diabetes.

Frederick Banting (1891 - 1941) ♦ Millions of diabetics owe their lives to Frederick Banting's idea and research. Working with fellow Canadians Charles Best and James Collip, Banting determined that insulin was the key to treating diabetes.

April 15, 1923: Extracted insulin becomes available as a treatment for diabetes. Before this, children with diabetes were placed in large hospital wards to die. During trials, Dr Frederick Banting and Charles Best (shown above) injected an entire wardful of children with insulin. By the time they injected the last child, the first had begun to wake from their comas.

April 15, 1923: Extracted insulin becomes available as a treatment for diabetes. Before this, children with diabetes were placed in large hospital wards to die. During trials, Dr Frederick Banting and Charles Best (shown above) injected an entire wardful of children with insulin. By the time they injected the last child, the first had begun to wake from their comas.

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