Medical Librarian Wants to Have a Nobel Prize Revoked for Inventor of Lobotomy

Submitted by rochelle on Thu, 07/14/2005 - 18:21

Kelly writes "In this story, `Lobotomy Back in Spotlight After 30 Years,' 66, Christine Johnson, a Levittown, N.Y., medical librarian, `started a campaign to have the prize revoked' posthumously for the person who was awarded invented lobotomy procedures, Portuguese neurologist Egas Moniz."