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Robert L. Noble Prize
The Robert L. Noble Prize (not to be confused with the Nobel Prize) is awarded each year by the National Cancer Institute of Canada to researchers whose contributions have led to a significant advance in cancer research. The prize consists of 1,000 Canadian dollars for the researcher receiving the prize, and an additional 22,000 Canadian dollars to further his/her cancer research.
It honours Dr. Robert L. Noble, a Canadian researcher who in the 1950s helped with the discovery of vincristine, a widely-used anti-cancer drug.
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