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by Liza N. Burby Studies show that girls are often discouraged from pursuing careers in science and medicine. This series of biographies was created specifically to counter gender bias and to give young girls positive role models in these fields. Readers cannot help but be impressed by these inspiring stories of women who overcame obstacles to excel in the fields of science and medicine.

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