Gertrude Elion's dream of curing cancer led her to develop new drugs to fight the disease. One of only 33 women to win the Nobel Prize, Elion was a pathbreaker for women interested in careers in medical research. Before her death in 1999, the Lemelson Center talked with Elion about her life's work.
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