This is Professor Tu Youyou (屠呦呦) who is renowned for discovering Artemisinin and Dihydroartemisinin, both used in the treatment of malaria. It is admitted (in the West) that this remarkable woman’s breakthrough in medical science has saved quite literally millions of lives in South Asia, Africa, and South America. Although this advancement of science was made in the 20th century, Professor Tu’s work was ‘officially’ ignored by Western academia because she lived in a Communist State. However, this situation changed when Professor Tu became the first Chinese person to receive the (2011) Lasker Award for clinical medicine and the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (jointly shared with William C. Campbell and Satoshi Ōmura). What is less widely known in the West is that in her acceptance speech, Professor Tu stated that she was 19 years old when Mao Zedong came to power – and before this life was terrible for people in China. Professor Tu further stated that her extraordinary breakthroughs in Tropical Medicine were the direct consequence of the progressive Communist Education System operating in Mainland China. She accepted the Nobel Prize on behalf of the Chinese People, and made it clear that it was Chinese Communism that provided her with all the cognitive and physical tools required to progress human understanding. Since her discovering, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) have been treating people with Malaria free of charge around the world. Professor Tu’s comments explaining her support for Chinese Communism (as a progression of science) were edited-out of all Western media reports.