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1920 - August Krogh receives the Nobel Prize in Physiology/Medicine

Physiologist August Krogh receives the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discovering the regulating mechanism of capillaries. He is invited to give a lecture tour in the United States but delays the journey because of his son’s illness and because his wife Marie is diagnosed with diabetes.

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