Benacerraf, Baruj

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Benacerraf,

Baruj, joint winner of 1980 Nobel Prize for work related to cell structures and regulation of immunological reactions.
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Baruj Benacerraf, the 1980 Nobel Laureate in Medicine.
Baruj Benacerraf, the Nobel Prize-winning immunologistrejected from every medical school he applied to in the 1940s and finally admitted to the Medical College of Virginia as one of three Jewish (and two Hispanic) students in a class of 80who died August 2 at the age of 90.