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The life and times of a vaccine pioneer

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Baruch (Barry) Blumberg, the inventor of the world's first successful anticancer vaccine, has died aged 86. His lifelong quest to fight the hepatitis B virus earned him a Nobel prize and the resulting vaccine prevented tens of millions of deaths from hepatitis and liver cancer.

 
 

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