Holger Crafoord

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Holger Crafoord (25 June 1908 – 21 May 1982) was a Swedish industrialist and founded Gambro along with Nils Alwall, a company that would commercialize Alwall's research into artificial kidneys. He donated the initial funds for the establishment of the Crafoord Prize for scientific research.

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