Second Morden Lectures
Sir Peter Medawar was a philosopher, scientist, and author who received the 1960 Nobel Prize in Physiology of Medicine for his work on tissue grafting and the discovery of acquired immune tolerance.
In the second of two Morden lectures at Portland State, Medawar described research conducted in the area of cancer immunity. The lecture was introduced by PSU Vice President Leon J. Richelle.
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Science, Cancer -- Research
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Medawar, Peter Brian, ""The Story of Tumor Immunity"" (1978). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 182.