2000 year-old Chinese herbal therapy plays major role in Nobel Prize for Medicine – PBS NewsHour (blog)



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2000 year-old Chinese herbal therapy plays major role in Nobel Prize for Medicine
PBS NewsHour (blog)
Traditional herbal medicine pharmacist Youyou Tu, has become the 12th woman and China's first person awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for her work in discovering the malaria drug artemisinin. She split the award with two other
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