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Canadian scientist wins Nobel prize three days after death

Ralph Steinman awarded for work on body’s immune responses


 

Canadian-born scientist Ralph Steinman was awarded the Nobel prize on Monday, three days after he died of cancer. Steinman and two colleagues were recognized for their work on the body’s immune responses. The Nobel committee was not aware of Steinman’s death when the prize was announced.

CBC News


 
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