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Female medical students given posthumous degrees

Seven women enrolled to study medicine at the University of Edinburgh in 1869, but were prevented to graduate due to pressure from their male peers.

Now, 150 years later, they have finally been awarded their degrees.

This is another achievement for female doctors in general, and a reminder of the oppression our predecessors have faced and fought against.

To read the complete article, please see The Guardian website.

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