Hannah Myrick

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Hannah Glidden Myrick (1871–1973) was a physician who received her medical degree from Johns Hopkins University in 1900, thereby helping to blaze the trail for more women to enter medicine. She practised medicine in Boston and acted as the superintendent of the New England Hospital for Women and Children, where she helped to introduce the use of X-rays to treat women and children.

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