TED-Ed Animation Explains How Dogs Helped to Discover and Treat Diabetes [VIDEO]
Sep 03, 2014 11:15
Here is the latest animation by TED-Ed, educator Duncan C. Ferguson explaining how dogs helped scientists discover the causes of diabetes. And then, eventually helping them treat the disease.
It began in 1890 when German Scientists Joseph von Mering and Oskar Minkowski demonstrated that removing a dog's pancreas caused it to develop all signs of diabetes. They found out that the organ was central in the disease. Check out the video below.
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