Ida was a young and untrained medical missionary's daughter when the knocks at the door came. Three times, men came beseeching her help for their wives dying in childbirth; that night, Ida knew she must return with the skills to help these women. Ida returned to India and began a hospital, nursing school, and eventually a full fledged medical school for the first Indian women doctors. Through her medical expertise, thousands of women were saved through her work, and through the legacy of the future generations of women doctors. 188 pages, softcover.
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