First Woman Doctor

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Elizabeth Blackwell the first woman doctor.
She was in Bristol, England, in 1821 and moved to New York with her at the age of eleven.
The medical schools in New York to take her because she was a .
When she finally got a place, the other students refused to to her.
She qualified as a doctor in 1849. She in Europe for a few years.
Then she went to New York where she opened an all-woman in 1857.
She died in London in 1910 at the of 89.