Medicine: Institute that Insulin Built

Professor Frederick Grant Banting, 38, of the University of Toronto, proceeded from his home in Bedford Road, Toronto, a warmish morning last week, to behold a concrete compliment for his isolating insulin from the pancreas (sweetbread). His University, which had already created a chair of medical research for him, this morning was going to dedicate his splendidly-equipped Banting Medical Institute. In black silk robe gaudy with doctorate trimmings of four universities Professor Banting spent a long day attending ceremonies and meals, hearing speeches, encomiums. Pat...

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