Paul Ehrlich – Father of Modern Chemothrapy Medal

Left facing portrait with “PAUL EHRLICH” on top and “1854-1915 below”.

Identifer: CJF-RFC2015473


German chemist, Nobel peace prize winner in 1908.  Born in Strehlen in 1984.  Died in Hamburg in 1915.  Professor at Frankfurt University.  A member of Le-Ma’an Zion, associated with the Nordau Institute of the Nuclear of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.  Discovered the existence of antibodies.  Founded the science of Hematology.

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