Maurice Hilleman

@article{Dove2005MauriceH,
  title={Maurice Hilleman},
  author={Alan W. Dove},
  journal={Nature Medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={11 Suppl 1},
  pages={S2-S2}
}
On 26 January, some of the world’s most famous and accomplished biomedical researchers gathered in Philadelphia to honor Maurice Hilleman. That evening, Hilleman thanked the group, saying, “there’s no greater tribute that anyone can pay to a scientist than to give approval to a peer. All of you I think of as peers in the world of science.” Addressed to a group of more than a hundred people, the statement was clearly absurd. By any objective measure, a gathering of Maurice Hilleman’s scientific… 
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