François Jacob, WWII hero and Nobel prize winner, dies at 92

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Tributes pour in for François Jacob, a Free French fighter whose later work in genetics earned him a share of the 1965 Nobel Prize for Medicine.

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The French government paid tribute on Monday to François Jacob, a Free French fighter whose post-World War II work in genetics earned him a share of the 1965 Nobel Prize for Medicine, reports GlobalPost.