|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 241-269) and index.
|| The discovery. Zones of antagonism ; The apprentice and his master ; The good earth ; The sponsor ; A distinguished visitor ; The race to publish ; A conflict of interest -- The rift. The lilac gardens ; The Parable of the Sick Children ; Mold in their pockets ; Dr. Schatz goes to Albany ; The five-hundred-dollar check ; A patent that shaped the world -- The challenge. The letter ; Choose a lawyer ; The road to court ; Under oath ; The settlement -- The prize. The road to Stockholm ; "A dog yapping at the heels of a great world figure" ; The drug harvest ; The master's memoir ; The copied notebooks -- The restoration. Wilderness years ; The English scientist ; A medal.
|| Documents the discovery of the first effective cure for tuberculosis and the efforts of a Rutgers College student to reclaim credit for his work from the department director who was wrongly honored and awarded a Nobel Prize for the finding.