Frederick was born on November 14, 1891, in Ontario, Canada He was born on the farm of his parents in the village of Atriston in the province He had five siblings. He is very interested in becoming a doctor Was not. He initially studied to become a church pastor. But then he turned to medicine.Frederick was studying at the university when World War I broke out Started. In 1916 he was admitted to the Canadian Army Medical College Was accommodated in the detachment. Two years later, he was in France Wounded in battle at Kendrai. In the war of 1919 He was honored with a medal for bravery.
At the end of the war, Dr. Benting Return to Canada &. He In the city of London, Ontario Started medical business. Right here Pancreas in the body (0311008935) By reading an article about this organ An idea in his head Shined.Researchers at the time knew that diabetes was a disease Related to the pancreas. A typical healthy pancreas Initiates the substance, which is the digestion of sugar in the body Is doing. The damaged pancreas cannot function No. As a result, the amount of sugar in the body increases and Diabetes occurs. At that time, the consequences of this disease were obvious Death was happening. If he could collect certain substances And if diabetes can get into a person’s blood, maybe The disease could have been cured.
But how to collect this substance? Dr. Betting himself He asked this question and began to think: “If If a tube that looks like a vein of the pancreas is built The pancreas can be isolated. Then the substance is in the pancreas Will be stuck. That way, it could be collected! ”
Dr. Benting shared his thoughts with the University of Toronto In front of the Honorable Expert Professor John McTeod Put. McLeod realizes the importance of Benting’s thinking Came. In 1921, McLeod went on summer vacation He then set up a laboratory and research at Betting A helper named Warls Besta is available for work Made by.
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It is possible for them to experiment. Was not. But all mammals Animals have pancreas. So they on animals Tests performed, especially: Observed in the laboratory On dogs! During surgery Dr. Benting by a dog Built up the pancreatic duct.
By Benting isolated the dog’s invasive pancreas. The dog suffered from diabetes due to lack of pancreas. Then Bartigne Powdered pancreas, mixed with salt solution, mix Strained and injected into the dog’s body. Then Best Checked the dog’s gut and blood sugar levels. The injection had done its job fairly well. Majority in this method He was able to keep a dog named alive for 70 days.
The two researchers made no financial gain from this research Not done. They also had fights to fill their stomachs twice. Betting sold his car, from a brother and Borrowed money from father. But continue your research His determination to keep did not falter.
When McTride returned from vacation in September I was amazed at their work. But to humans this substance More experiments were needed before the injection. For that There was a need to find a source. In the womb To get that substance from the body of the calf that is Kalpana Dr. Betting came to mind
It was done by McTride Helps to purify substances To biochemist Dr. To James Kantrip Requested. They come The name of the substance is Inchutrin Given. To make sure, By Benting and Best Injecting insulin into each other Taken.
On January 23, 1922, Dr. For the first time by Frederick Betting Two doses of “brown thick” liquid to a human Injected by injection. He was a human, a teenager Leonard Thompson, a poor patient at Toronto General Hospital.
At that time he weighed only 29 kg. He almost Had reached the door of death. Hope he survives Couldn’t do it.
Leonard was then given an insulin purified by Collip. The results were immediately apparent. Of his blood sugar The proportions decreased and he began to gain weight. Diabetes It is now possible to control, the batting misunderstood.
The first of the Toronto Push Star newspaper that March The news was printed in large bold letters on the page, “Doctors in Toronto have found a cure for diabetes.” Of insulin The demand grew so much that it took a year to meet it.
When World War II broke out, Sir Frederick Betting was a British man And liaison officers between North American medical services So the work begins. But to England on 21 February 1941 On the way, his plane crashed at Newfoundland And he died. Mount Pleasant in Toronto He was buried near the tomb of Charles Best in the cemetery Was done. Frederick Batting's idea of a cure for diabetes The first to do so was Benting House National in London Has become a historic place. On a monument outside of him The flame of hope is burning.