William Campbell, Satoshi Omura and Tu Youyou jointly won the 2015 Nobel Prize for medicine___41___their work against parasitic diseases (寄生虫病). 85-year-old Tu was awarded this prize for her contribution to___42___ (reduce) the death rate of malaria (疟疾), minimizing patients’ suffering and promoting mankind’s health. This is ___43___ science is all about.
As a matter of fact, Tu has won some attention when she ___44___ (get) the Lasker Award in 2011. But there is no way to compare her popularity back to the attention she is receiving today. As the first Chinese mainland Nobel Prize Winner of natural science award, Tu’s winning ___45___ (complete) surprised Chinese people, ___46___have long been wondering when the first Chinese Nobel Laureate in natural science would appear.
Tu Youyou is the first Chinese scientist to win a Nobel Prize for work ___47___ (carry) out within China. She has spent 40 years’ time on scientific research. Although the Nobel Prize did not come to her until four decades later, it is definitely one of ___48___most privilege rewards that recognizes Tu’s devotion and perseverance in discovering artemisinin (青蒿素). Her record-breaking winning ___49___(be) a reminder that science is never about instant success. There is no way to measure how much you spend on scientific research and compare ___50___with how much reward you get.
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