Women in Medicine by Hedda Garza
Women Then, Women Now

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The field of medicine has been an indicator of the status of women, as this book shows in recounting the story of women in medicine from ancient times to the present. By the nineteenth century, women were knocking on the doors of the medical schools, demanding to be let in. In this book are numerous insights into the fascinating, long neglected history of women's relationship to medicine.
 

About Hedda Garza

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Hedda Garza (1929-95) was a prizewinning author, a lecturer, and an activist for social justice. Her many books include works for scholars and young adults.
 
Published January 1, 1994 by Franklin Watts.
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, History, Children's Books. Non-fiction