Celebrating the centenary of the discovery of insulin

19 October, 6:30 pm

45 minPWYD

Talk | Biology, Health & Medicine, History

In 1921, insulin was produced for the first time to use as a treatment, providing a lifeline for patients with Type 1 diabetes. In 2021, meet people who use insulin as a treatment, the clinicians who support them and scientists from the Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism, who continue to study insulin, a century later.

Radcliffe Department of Medicine, University of Oxford

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