Yale, Berkeley Professors Win Nobel Prize for Medicine
October 7, 2013
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A trio of American scientists, one of them German-born, win the Nobel Prize for Medicine for pioneering work on the body's cell transport system, unlocking insights into diabetes, immune disorders and other diseases.
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