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Princeton chemist Edward C. Taylor, inventor of anti-cancer drug, dies at 94
Edward C. Taylor, a Princeton University chemistry professor whose research into butterfly wing pigments led to the development of a cancer-fighting drug used worldwide, died Nov. 22 in St. Paul, Minnesota. He was 94.
Princeton Generations: Fall 2017
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