Nobel Laureate Baruch Blumberg has been a basic scientist and clinical researcher for many decades. He discovered the virus that causes hepatitis B and, along with Irving Millman, invented the hepatitis B vaccine. Blumberg and his colleagues at Philadelphia's Fox Chase Cancer Center also are involved in the development of antivirals for hepatitis B and other viruses. Hard at work on two continents, he is currently master of Balliol College, Oxford University

To help keep abreast of the fast-changing world of science, Baruch Blumberg reads The Scientist, the newspaper for the science professional.

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