Medicine: Prize

The Research Corporation of America, making money from a process of electrical precipitation, but contributing all its earnings to the advancement of science, announced that John J. Abel has done more than any other scientist to promote human enjoyment of life; awarded him $2,500.

Dr. Abel, Professor of Pharmacology at Johns Hopkins, has made scores of contributions to the science of health. He has treated such subjects as: ductless glands, regulation of blood pressure, pituitary principles, insulin.


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