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The rising cost of insulin

from American Diabetes Association

Two men and $3 changed the course of diabetes treatment. In 1921, Canadian scientists Frederick Banting and Charles Best discovered insulin — a development that altered the outlook for people living with diabetes. Because this discovery could save lives, Banting, Best and James Collip, their colleague who purified the insulin, sold the patent to the University of Toronto for $1 Canadian each, with the hope that affordable insulin would become available quickly. The scientists made it clear that their motivation was for the good of humanity rather than commercial profit. more

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