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Women once faced bullies, blacklists and even angry mobs to practice medicine

Elizabeth Blackwell had an epiphany. After a friend back home in Cincinnati admitted that she delayed treatment for uterine problems because she didn’t want to be handled by a “rough unfeeling man,” Blackwell — then a shy 24-year-old music teacher — decided to study medicine. “If I could have been treated by a lady doctor,”…
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