How the Woman Who Found a Leprosy Treatment Was Almost Lost to History

How the Woman Who Found a Leprosy Treatment Was Almost Lost to History
The daughter of daguerreotype pioneers, Alice Ball used her passion for chemistry to develop an injection that stayed in use for 20 years.
Source: National Geographic

The daughter of daguerreotype pioneers, Alice Ball used her passion for chemistry to develop an injection that stayed in use for 20 years.
How the Woman Who Found a Leprosy Treatment Was Almost Lost to History