Tracing the path of Jewish medical pioneers
An exhibition called "Trail of the Magic Bullet: The Jewish Encounter With Modern Medicine, 1860-1960," is on view at Yeshiva University Museum in Manhattan. The exhibition offers a rare look at a topic few patients ever stop to consider: the emergence of European and American Jews as innovators in medicine, despite their status as outsiders frequently scorned by the medical establishment.
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