Emil Freireich, US oncologist

Emil Freireich, US oncologist

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Caption: Emil Freireich (born 1927), US oncologist, working with a blood cell separation centrifuge in his laboratory. Freireich's medical research includes developing the first successful combination chemotherapy, which cured many cases of acute lymphoblastic leukemia. He also invented the leukapheresis machine, which separates white blood cells from a sample of blood. Freireich has won several awards and has published more than 600 articles on cancer therapeutics and research. Photographed at the MD Anderson Cancer Centre in Houston, Texas.

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