Dorothy Hansine Andersen

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American physician

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According to Wikipedia, Dorothy Hansine Andersen was an American physician, pediatrician, and pathologist who was the first person to identify cystic fibrosis, the first to describe the disease, and the one to name it. in 1939, she was awarded the E. Mead Johnson Award for her identification of the disease. In 2002, she was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame.

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