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The Virus Catchers, with Harald Zur Hausen

Two early-career scientists met with a Nobel laureate who is a pioneer in their field



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Young researchers Jan Gralton and Sven-Eric Schelhorn are fascinated by the minute world of viruses. They have plenty of questions for Harald zur Hausen who won a Nobel Prize for proving that human papillomaviruses (HPV) can cause cervical cancer. All three are worried by public distrust of the HPV vaccine, which was made possible by zur Hausen’s work.

» For more on how Nobelists are inspiring young scientists, view the Lindau Collection on Nature.com.

» Check out the latest issue of Nature Outlook, which examines the areas of biomedical science that challenge and inspire these pre-eminent investigators.

 

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