Indian Contribution to Obstetrics and Gynecology:Jerusha Jhirad
Right from the very beginning, it was the late Dr. (Ms.) Jerusha Jhirad’s dream “to be a doctor, to take the London MD, and to be in charge of the Cama Hospital.” This yearning was apparently inspire...
William F. Hamilton
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Indian Contribution to Obstetrics and Gynecology:Jerusha Jhirad
Right from the very beginning, it was the late Dr. (Ms.) Jerusha Jhirad’s dream “to be a doctor, to take the London MD, and to be in charge of the Cama Hospital.” This yearning was apparently inspire...
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