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Best, Charles Herbert

(1899–1978) Canadian physician. He was the codiscoverer of INSULIN in 1921, with Sir Frederick G. BANTING. He also discovered histaminase, carried out extensive studies on insulin and diabetes, and worked on heparin and thrombosis, and choline and liver damage.
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Started by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and WHO, the Day is celebrated on 14 November to mark the birthday of Frederick Banting who, along with Charles Best, was instrumental in the discovery of insulin in 1922, a life-saving treatment for diabetes patients.
Charles Best, then a social studies teacher, personally experienced this scarcity of learning materials in the schools.
Charles Best Canada Graduate Scholarship Award--for Master's Students.
Insulin was discovered in Toronto in the summer of 1921 by Dr Frederick Grant Banting and Charles Best in a search for a cure for diabetes.
At the University of Toronto, Frederick Banting and Charles Best researched the literature about the latest in diabetes research and experimented tirelessly to make one of the greatest scientific discoveries of the twentieth century.
Charles Best, is credited with the discovery of insulin.
Another friend Lance Corporal Charles Best who also served with him, said: "Sapper David Watson, 'The Leg', was probably one of the most professional and fittest soldiers I have met to date.
It is celebrated every year on November 14, the date of birth of Frederick Banting, who discovered insulin along with Charles Best.
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In 1602 English poet Charles Best addressed the Moon as "the pale queen of the silent night" ("A Sonnet of the Moon"), a title perpetuated by astronomy writer Mary Proctor in 1928 (Romance of the Moon), by Jungian psychologist Erich Neumann in 1955 (The Great Mother), and by the 16th edition of Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase & Fable in 1999.
Charles Best, Joan Bricher, Martin McDermut and Susan Thompson were among the people named by the Sept.
Frederick Banting, a Canadian doctor and researcher working with Charles Best, discovered insulin in the 1920s.