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Today in Women’s History: Rosalyn Yalow

She helped refine radioimmunoassay, a technique for measuring hormones and other body chemicals. There’s a good chance the last medical test you had exists because of Yalow’s work, for which she shared a Nobel Prize in physiology and medicine.

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