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Caption Patricio Suarez, who is director of photography for a biographical film about the late Maurice Hilleman, lines up a historical photo with the angle of his camera during shooting on the Montana State University campus Thursday, June 11, 2014. Hilleman, a 1941 graduate of what was then Montana State College, went on to become one of the most successful developers of vaccine, saving millions of lives. MSU Photo by Sepp Jannotta.
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Caption Maurice Hilleman, who is responsible for nine of the 14 recommended vaccines, stands for a graduation picture in 1941 in the iris garden adjacent to Herrick Hall on the campus of what was then Montana State College. Hilleman, who grew up in Miles City, passed away in 2005, is the subject of a documentary film currently in production. Photo courtesy of Lorraine Hilleman.
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