Nobel In Medicine NPR's Richard Harris reports an American and two British researchers have won the Nobel Prize in medicine. Robert Horvitz and colleagues Sydney Brenner and John Sulston all studied a tiny worm. The prize is for discoveries about the way genes instruct cells both to grow - and die off - in an organized way.
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NPR's Richard Harris reports an American and two British researchers have won the Nobel Prize in medicine. Robert Horvitz and colleagues Sydney Brenner and John Sulston all studied a tiny worm. The prize is for discoveries about the way genes instruct cells both to grow - and die off - in an organized way.