Dorothy Lavinia Brown accumulates an impressive collection of firsts.
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The prowess of plant physiologist Ida Augusta Keller
María Orosa, Filipino food technologist and freedom fighter
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Mary Somerville reigns supreme over Regency London’s science scene.
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The mysterious Martine Bertereau, Baroness de Beausoleil.
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Women in White Coats, now in paperback
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Empowered with MDs, women of color often helped their own communities.
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Considering quack doctors and trans history in Georgian England through the case of Charles Hamilton
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Isabella Aiona Abbott breaks barriers as a Native Hawai'ian woman scientist.
May Edward Chinn, daughter of a slave, leaves her mark on cancer research.
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Through scholarships, Kathleen Lonsdale escaped poverty to make science history.
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Thank Anna Wessels Williams for our diphtheria and rabies vaccines.
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