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One hundred years ago, a 14-year-old boy dying from type 1 diabetes received an experimental treatment – an injection of insulin – that would see him return home safely from hospital and signal one of the greatest medical advances in recent history. To mark the centenary of insulin, broadcaster Vivienne Parry is joined by historian of medicine Tilli Tansey and diabetes researcher Noel Morgan, whose pioneering work is paving the way towards new treatments for the disease, to reflect on this important discovery. They consider the transformative impacts of insulin and explore the cutting-edge research that is shaping how we understand and treat diabetes today.

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Town Hall, Pillar Room

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