In reply to @RepDianaDeGette
Insulin was discovered and developed in Canada - before the country had a national health system. It's inventors turned the patent over for a nominal fee of $1, to a university hospital.Even before the Canadian Health system was created, they felt it was immoral to profit from it
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It's invention - along with the double helix and medical research in general, is honoured on the Canadian $100 bill. - a currency that Americans like to mock for its colours .

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In reply to @welladriansays
I have never mocked Canada's beautiful money. I have handled with care rather than mess up the pretty paper.
 
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Americans mocking your bill are just jealous... ...of literally everything about Canada.
 
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Really? Canada’s bank notes series has to be one of the most interesting in the world. The new $10 note just won some prize for best design. I’ve always thought US money was rather blah.
 
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I'm intrigued as to why they placed a normal ECG strip on a design meant for a drug that has no direct relation to electrical function in the heart.
 
 
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Spell colors the right way..... just kidding
 

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