Nobel Prize

When we celebrate medical pioneers, we usually focus on the revolutionary breakthroughs that they achieve. It's easy to forget that they're not just innovative researchers but physicians as well, and that their calling isn't just to win Nobel Prizes but also to help the flesh-and-blood human beings on their operating tables.
If you take L-dopa for Parkinson's disease, use a beta blocker for high blood pressure or angina, or even just pop a couple of ibuprofen once in a while when your knees or hips are sore, you owe William S. Knowles a debt of gratitude.
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