Exhibit aims spotlight on women in medicine, urology

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Rainer M. Engel, MD, curator of the William P. Didusch Center for Urologic History, documents the history of women in medicine at "Women Healers," an exhibit on display during this week's AUA annual meeting. Although female urologists did not exist 60 years ago, nearly 800 women practice urology in the United States today.

Rainer M. Engel, MD, curator of the William P. Didusch Center for Urologic History, documented the history of women in medicine at "Women Healers," an exhibit on display during this week's AUA annual meeting. Although female urologists did not exist 60 years ago, nearly 800 women practice urology in the United States today.

For more information and to view other exhibits online visit http://urologichistory.museum/

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