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WINNER OF THE 2001 NOBEL PRIZE FOR PHYSIOLOGY AND MEDICINE DR TIM HUNT
AND SIR PAUL NURSE SPEAK TO JOURNALISTS IN LONDON.


British winners of the 2001 Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine Dr
Tim Hunt (R) and Sir Paul Nurse talk to journalists at the Imperial
Cancer Research Fund centre in London October 8, 2001. Cancer cell
pioneers Hunt and Nurse together with Leland Hartwell of the U.S. share
the prestigous $1 million prize for ground breaking research that could
help find a cure for cancer, still one of the biggest killers in the
developed world. REUTERS/Stephen Hird - RTRNTLG Reuters
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