Originally published 07/16/2015
In her new biography, Dr. Charlotte DeCroes Jacobs, tells the story of this complicated American icon and idealistic physician-scientist who, from childhood, wanted to perform a noble act that would leave the world a better place.
Originally published 06/03/2015
Charlotte D. Jacobs
A biographer discovers her subject is far from the figure beloved by the public or ridiculed by his scientific peers.
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