BOSTON (AP) - Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Vernon Ingram, whose landmark discovery on the cause of sickle cell anemia made him a pioneer in the field of molecular biology, died in Boston on Aug. 17 after a fall. He was 82. This article can be read in full with a Plus Edition account.
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