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Ok- this lady is awesome!
Meet Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to become a medical doctor in the United States. It was only by a 'joke' that she was admitted to the school, but she went on to help forge the way for other women to become physicians, including writing about it and developing an infirmary for women and children so female doctors would have a place to complete their internship. This is one of the original Lady Bosses!
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Timeline PhotosWe know COVID-19 has caused uncertainty in many lives, but access to food shouldn’t be one. If you need help providing food for yourself and your family, help is available. The site needfood.oregon.gov provides information about meals available at schools and food pantries, applying for SNAP benefits, and how to access Meals on Wheels. ...
Black, Indigenous & People of Color in Medicine:
Anandibai Joshee was the first South Asian woman to earn a medical degree in the US. in 1883 she appealed to the school, saying "“The voice of humanity is with me and I must not fail. My soul is moved to help the many who cannot help themselves."
May all physicians be moved by such noble intentions!
(Photo/Legacy Center Archives, Drexel University College of Medicine)
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