Blumberg

[bluhm-burg] /ˈblʌm bɜrg/
noun
1.
Baruch S(amuel) 1925–2011, U.S. physician and researcher of infectious diseases: Nobel Prize 1976.
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Blumberg (ˈblʊmbɜːɡ)
 
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Baruch Samuel. born 1925, US physician, noted for work on antigens: shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1976

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b. s. blumberg in Medicine

Blumberg Blum·berg (blŭm'bərg, blōōm'-), Baruch Samuel. Born 1925.

American virologist noted for research on the origin and spread of infectious diseases. He shared a 1976 Nobel Prize for discovering the antigen that led to a vaccine against hepatitis B.

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