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November 21, 1988 | Compiled from staff and wire reports
A U.S. senator, two researchers who helped explain the chemical origins of life and a doctor who developed methadone treatment for heroin addicts have received the 1988 Albert Lasker Awards. The awards have been given for 43 years and have often foreshadowed the awarding of Nobel Prizes. Forty-six Lasker Award winners have gone on to win Nobels. Thomas R. Cech of the University of Colorado, Boulder, and Phillip A.
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August 3, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Dr. Vincent P. Dole, whose research in the 1960s established that methadone could be used to treat heroin addiction, died Tuesday. He was 93. Dole had suffered from complications of a ruptured aorta, family members said. A clinician at Rockefeller University in Manhattan, Dole studied a wide range of human biological processes. But it was his pioneering work with methadone that earned the most attention. He won the Lasker Award in 1988 for his work on the subject.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 3, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Dr. Vincent P. Dole, whose research in the 1960s established that methadone could be used to treat heroin addiction, died Tuesday. He was 93. Dole had suffered from complications of a ruptured aorta, family members said. A clinician at Rockefeller University in Manhattan, Dole studied a wide range of human biological processes. But it was his pioneering work with methadone that earned the most attention. He won the Lasker Award in 1988 for his work on the subject.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 21, 1988 | Compiled from staff and wire reports
A U.S. senator, two researchers who helped explain the chemical origins of life and a doctor who developed methadone treatment for heroin addicts have received the 1988 Albert Lasker Awards. The awards have been given for 43 years and have often foreshadowed the awarding of Nobel Prizes. Forty-six Lasker Award winners have gone on to win Nobels. Thomas R. Cech of the University of Colorado, Boulder, and Phillip A.
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