Published in Vaccine Weekly, December 26th, 2001
Dr. Harold Varmus, who won a Nobel Prize in 1989 for work leading to the identification of genes that are frequently mutated in cancer, told an audience of fellow laureates and other top researchers that the worsening health disparity between the rich and the poor threatens global security. The scientists met to mark the 100th anniversary of the Nobel Prize - awarded for work that most benefits mankind.
"We are also meeting in the wake of a cataclysm,...
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