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Yalow-Rosalyn - still image

Yalow-Rosalyn - still image

Rosalyn Yalow had two strikes against her in her effort to become a physicist: She was a Jew and a woman. She persevered, and not only earned a career in science and many awards—including a Nobel Prize—but changed the medical world with the introduction of radioimmunoassay.

Institution: The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives, Cincinnati, OH, and Medical Media Production Service, UAMC, Bronx, NY.

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