Dr. Joseph R. Kraft – Stories from the World War II Era – Part 1

On my recent US trip I had the privilege of meeting with Dr. Kraft once more. Father of the Insulin Assay, and one of the most under-recognised greats of medicine and science. Here at aged 95 he talks of old times, relating experiences from World War 2. He was a Medical Captain there, serving mainly in Panama.

He has walked the walk. And he certainly can talk the talk. So how do our modern internet medical gurus compare? What extraordinary history can they relate? What important discoveries have THEY made? Quite.

So please do sit with myself and Dr. Kraft for just a short while. And FEEL the history.

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Our July 2015 interview here – on his profound discoveries:

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