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2019 Lasker Award Winners: B and T Cell Discoverers, Cancer Therapy Developers, and Gavi

14:48 EDT 10 Sep 2019 | Genetic Engineering News

The Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation has named five researchers and an organization that promotes vaccination of children in underdeveloped countries as winners of its annual awards for work that has advanced the potential translation of basic science into addressing unmet medical needs, as well as the practice of public health.

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