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Robert Crane Dies

Robert Crane — the Washington University of St. Louis biochemist who helped discover how the body absorbs salt and sugar — has died, reports the Chronicle of Higher Education. He was 90. Crane's work helped provide a scientific basis of oral-rehydration therapy, which is used to treat cholera, the Chronicle adds.

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