Monday, June 1, 2020 - 10:37 PM

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When the use of insulin for diabetes was discovered in 1923, one of the authors of the finding, Frederick Banting , gave up patenting it, alleging that, as a doctor, it was unethical to profit from it, and the other two, James Collip and Charles Best sold the patent to the University of Toronto for the symbolic price of one dollar, which today would be 13 euros and 66 cents. 97 years have passed, and one thing is clear: whoever discovers the coronavirus vaccine is not going to do that. No one knows c

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