File:Nci-vol-8175-300 George Klein.jpg

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English: Title: Historical Portrait: George Klein

Description: George Klein, M.D. who headed the Tumor Biology Institute at Karolinska Medical School was awarded the $100,000 prize by the General Motors Cancer Research Foundation for pioneering work in relations to cancer and the humans' immunity system. He is shown here along with his wife, Eva Klein, photo taken in Stockholm 04/11/79. Subjects (names): Klein, Eva and Klein, George Topics/Categories: Historical -- People People -- Adult Type: B&W Source: General Motors Cancer Research Foundtaion Author: Unknown Date Created: April 11, 1979 Date Added: 1/11/2010

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