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A young Black scientist discovered a pivotal leprosy treatment in the 1920s − but an older colleague took the credit

By Mark M. Lambert, Assistant Professor of Behavioral Medicine, Medical Humanities, and Bioethics, Des Moines University
Historians are working to shine a light on Alice Ball’s legacy and contributions to an early treatment of a dangerous and stigmatizing disease.The Conversation

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