Second book review for the 6th Canadian Book Challenge

This is a wonderfully informative book about Frederick Banting. He was responsible for the discovery of insulin. He went off to World War I and served as a medical officer in France. After the war, he completed his medical degree and started practicing in London, Ontario.

One night, he couldn’t sleep. As he allowed his ind to drift a bit, he discovered the idea that insulin can save the lives of many people with diabetes. How great was that!

The author explains how Banting discovered insulin, and the difficulties that he encountered and endured. I loved the book from beginning to end and would recommend it to anyone who wants to be inspired to be more than only mediocre.

Rating:  5+ Stars

Reviewed by Irene S. Roth
Author and Editor

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About irenesroth

I am a freelance and academic writer. I am currently writing a book called `Fearless Freelance Writers`. Please look out for it soon on this blog.
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