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Sir Frederick Banting - Sir Frederick Banting Growing up...

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Sir Frederick Banting Growing up Born on November 14, 1891 in the town of Alliston, Ontario to William Thompson Banting and Margaret Grant. He attended Elementary and High school in his home town along with his five brothers and sister. He then went on to study divinity at University of Toronto however before long switched to the study of medicine. After obtaining his Masters in medicine, he joined the Canadian Army Medical Corps serving in the First World War in France. In 1918 he returned home after being wounded in battle and received a Military Cross for his heroics Medical Practice After returning from the war, Banting continued his work in Medicine and until 1921 he worked as a Medical Practitioner in London, Ontario. He then began his work as a surgeon at Sick Kids Hospital in London and taught part time at University of Western Ontario. After about a year, Banting began teaching at University of Toronto. Diabetes (insulin, pancreas and hormones) Diabetes is a disease where the body is unable to produce insulin which is a hormone which control the
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