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Annotated Bibliography Primary Sources Banting Digital Library. Banting Digital Library. Web. 5 Feb. 2013.

This source provided us with several images, newspaper clippings, and other multimedia. With this digital library, we had access to Bantings letters and speeches including his nobel prize acceptance speech. This provided us the majority of our primary sources including newspapers, letters, and photographs. Banting, Frederick. Banting Digital Library - A Letter from Banting Describing His Experiences in Russia. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. This was a letter sent by Banting explaining his travel in Russia. This revealed Bantings ideas surrounding the problem of isolating Insulin. It also discussed Bantings pursuits in medicine. Banting Digital Library - Insulin by Doctor F.G. Banting. Web. 10 Feb. 2013. This was an article written by Banting on the subject of insulin and its immediate effect on the general public. Banting explains his process of research, experimentation and publishing. Banting Digital Library - Nobel Lecture on Diabetes & Insulin. Web. 10 Feb. 2013. The Nobel lecture focuses on his acceptance of the Nobel Prize and also denotes his achievements. It also discusses the impact Insulin will have on the treatment of diabetes. Banting Digital Library - The Early Story of Insulin. Web. 1 Feb. 2013. This story essentially provides the early history of how insulin was separated from the digestive secretion. It also discusses the work of other scientists who were previously in the pursuit for the treatment of diabetes.

Secondary Sources A Science Odyssey: People and Discoveries: Banting and Best Isolate Insulin. Web. 6 Feb. 2013. This source provided us with Bantings process of how he came up with the idea to isolate insulin. Also, historical context was also provided, detailing Banting and Bests research and experimentation. Bankston, John. Frederick Banting and the Discovery of Insulin. Print. This novel provided us quotes and gave us an in-depth background of Banting and his achievements. The book laid out his ideas, experimentation with dogs and work with Charles Best. Bellis, Mary. The Discovery of Insulin - History of Diabetes Treatments. Web. 1 Feb. 2013. This website provided us with how diabetes was treated earlier in history and with what equipment. It also discussed the ineffectiveness of these treatments such as starvation and dieting. Bliss, Michael. The Discovery of Insulin. Print. This book provided a detailed account of how Banting came to discover Insulin, showing his process all the way to the manufacturing of Insulin. The novel also provided visuals of Banting and his notebook. It also reflected on the impact of insulin itself while giving brief biographies on the main people involved in the discovery. Breakthrough: A History of the Fight Against Diabetes: New-York Historical Society Youtube. Youtube, 15 September 2011. 15 March 2013. This video was used to provide the viewer visuals on artifacts that were used and preserved surrounding the time insulin was discovered. It describes a museum that is dedicated to preserve

everything revolving around the discovery of insulin, gives a brief history of how insulin was discovered, and remarks on its impact today. Bryan, Jenny. Diabetes. Print. This book gave us a general idea of what Diabetes was and where it had come from. Along with this, it denoted Bantings accomplishments, and steps made to make insulin widely available.

CBC Digital Archives - Chasing a Cure for Diabetes - Chasing a Cure for Diabetes. Web. 12 Feb. 2013. This website elucidated how the process began to search for an effective treatment for diabetes. It showed the research of other scientists and their ideas on the subject of diabetes. Cooper, Thea. Breakthrough-Elizabeth Hughes, the Discovery of Insulin, and the Making of a Medical Marvel. Print. This was a novel that gave the story of the second human trial on insulin. It provided a detail account of her recovery and her appreciation for the treatment. Cox, Caroline. The Fight to Survive: a Young Girl, Diabetes, and the Discovery of Insulin. Print. Discovery of Insulin. Web. 1 Feb. 2013. Follistim - Patient Information, Description, Dosage and Directions. Web. 1 Feb. 2013. Source provided some valuable information about the fertility drug follistim. The Site also contained a visual which we transferred onto our website. George Lucas 2010 Philanthropy Pledge - The Hollywood Reporter. Web. 15 Feb. 2013. Source was primarily used to acquire a visual of George Lucas. History of Insulin. Web. 13 Feb. 2013.

How Insulin Is Made - Material, Manufacture, History, Used, Parts, Components, Structure, Steps, Product, Machine, History, Raw Materials, The Manufacturing Process of Insulin, Quality Control. Web. 3 Jan. 2013. Source gave biological information about insulin, but was mainly helpful in its contents about the history of the discovery of insulin and a very detailed outline of the genetic engineering process for insulin. Images from the History of Medicine (NLM) - What: Portraits. Web. 15 Feb. 2013. Source was primarily used to acquire visual of George. R. Minot. Insulin - Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Web. 3 Jan. 2013. Provided us a list of sources from where we could acquire additional information from, as well as an overview of the discovery of insulin. LaPerriere, Bob. Email Interview. 3 April, 2013. This interview got us in touch with the first-hand opinions of numerous medical professionals, including Dr. Bob LaPerriere, on the impact of insulin on the medical field. The interview gave us much insight on the view of the doctors in concern to insulin and diabetes. Rediscovering the First Miracle Drug - NYTimes.com. Web. 1 Feb. 2013. This provided a general account on how insulin was discovered by Banting at the University of Toronto. The Discovery and Early Development of Insulin - University of Toronto. Web. 1 Feb. 2013. This website provided us with an image of the display at Toronto Museum of insulin. The Discovery of Insulin: The Work of Frederick Banting and Charles Best. Web. 3 Jan. 2013. Source was primarily used to acquire a visual of Frederick Banting. Thomas Edison Biography for Kids & Teens | Project Shum Homeschool. Web. 1 Feb. 2013.

Source was primarily used to acquire a visual of Thomas Edison. William Osler: a Life in Medicine. Print. This book also provided a rich account of detail on the deadliness of diabetes and its history well into the 1900s. It also provided commentary on how insulin became commercially available. Yuri Andropov - Latest Headlines - UPI.com - UPI.com. Web. 2 Feb. 2013. Source was primarily used to acquire a visual of Yuri Andropov.