Sir Frederick G. Banting M.D. FRC MC KBE (14, November, 1891 - 21, February, 1941) was a Canadian painter, physician, scientist, and soldier who served during the First World War.

In 1921, Dr. Banting and Dr. Charles Best discovered insulin, a hormone found in the pancreatic extract of dogs, which, when injected, served as a preventative measure against hypoglycemia and effectively cured diabetes. For their discovery, the pair were awarded the Nobel Prize of Physiology and Medicine.

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Frederick Banting was born at Alliston, Ontario, Canada on 14, November, 1891 to William Thomas Banting, a farmer, and his wife Margaret Grant.

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