Louisa Aldrich-Blake

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Louisa Aldrich-Blake

Louisa Aldrich-Blake
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Dame Louisa Brandreth Aldrich-Blake DBE was a pioneering surgeon and one of the first British women to enter the world of modern medicine. Born in Chingford, then a village in Essex, she was the eldest daughter of a curate. Louisa Aldrich-Blake graduated in medicine from the Royal Free Hospital in 1893. She obtained her Master of Surgery degree and was a lead surgeon by 1910. Louisa volunteered for military medical service during the First World War. She was one of the first people to perform surgery on rectal and cervical cancers. In recognition of her commitment and achievements a statue was erected in Tavistock Square, London. This statue's position is close to her alma mater.
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Dame Louisa Brandreth Aldrich-Blake DBE was a pioneering surgeon and one of the first British women to enter the world of modern medicine. Born in Chingford, then a village in Essex, she was the eldest daughter of a curate. Louisa Aldrich-Blake graduated in medicine from the Royal Free Hospital in 1893. She obtained her Master of Surgery degree and was a lead surgeon by 1910. Louisa volunteered for military medical service during the First World War. She was one of the first people to perform surgery on rectal and cervical cancers. In recognition of her commitment and achievements a statue was erected in Tavistock Square, London. This statue's position is close to her alma mater.
Louisa Aldrich-Blake
Louisa Aldrich-Blake
Dame Louisa Brandreth Aldrich-Blake DBE was a pioneering surgeon and one of the first British women to enter the world of modern medicine. Born in Chingford, then a village in Essex, she was the eldest daughter of a curate. Louisa Aldrich-Blake graduated in medicine from the Royal Free Hospital in 1893. She obtained her Master of Surgery degree and was a lead surgeon by 1910. Louisa volunteered for military medical service during the First World War. She was one of the first people to perform surgery on rectal and cervical cancers. In recognition of her commitment and achievements a statue was erected in Tavistock Square, London. This statue's position is close to her alma mater.
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