[fee-buh-ger; Danish fee-bee-guh r] /ˈfi bə gər; Danish ˈfi bi gər/

Johannes Andreas Grib
[yoh-hah-nis ahn-dre-ahs greeb] /yoʊˈhɑ nɪs ɑnˈdrɛ ɑs grib/ (Show IPA), 1867–1928, Danish pathologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1926.
/Danish ˈfibiɡər/
Johannes Andreas Grib (joˈhanəs anˈdreːas ɡrɪb). 1867–1928, Danish physician: Nobel prize for physiology or medicine (1926) for his work in cancer research

Fibiger Fi·bi·ger (fē’bē-gər), Johannes Andreas Grib. 1867-1928.

Danish pathologist. The first to produce cancer experimentally, he won a 1926 Nobel Prize.


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