Pancreatic Extracts in the Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus: Preliminary Report.

@article{Banting1962PancreaticEI,
  title={Pancreatic Extracts in the Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus: Preliminary Report.},
  author={Frederick Grant Banting and Charles Herbert Best and J. B. Collip and Walter R. Campbell and A. Almon Fletcher},
  journal={Canadian Medical Association journal},
  year={1962},
  volume={87 20},
  pages={
          1062-7
        }
}
Nov. 14, 1991, marks the 100th anniversary the rest of the pancreas, and fed it to human O of the birth of Sir Frederick Grant Banting; diabetics. Their studies demonstrated no we thought it only fitting to pay tribute to beneficial influence on the condition of the Banting and his colleagues by reprinting for patient. E.L. Scott8 in 1912 sought to eliminate O Encore this 1922 CMAJ article. Banting died the influence of proteolytic enzymes by 50 years ago in the wilds of Newfoundland, using… 

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