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Sometimes a person‘s whole life can be changed in an instant.Elizabeth Blackwell‘s life changed one afternoon in 1844 when she went to visit a friend who was dying.As Blackwell later described the scene, the dying woman asked her why she did not think of studying medicine, since she was smart and healthy.When Elizabeth reminded her friend that there were no women doctors,the woman sighed and said that if she had been treated by a ‘lady doctor,‘ she might not be dying.At that time, it was not considered proper for women to talk about or know anything about the human body. Elizabeth‘s sick friend had been so ashamed to mention her internal problems to a man that she hid her pain for too long.When she finally sought treatment, it came too late to save her life. Elizabeth couldn‘t get the dying woman‘s suggestion out of her mind. She decided to devote her life to medicine. To earn money for her medical training, Elizabeth took a teaching job in North Carolina.It happened that the principal of the school where she worked was a medical doctor.He had lots of medical books,and Elizabeth  to read them was free when her teaching work was done.She wrote to twentyーnine medical schools asking for admission.Most didn‘t even reply, and the ones that did were very rude.Friends suggested that she dress up as a man to attend medical school, but Elizabeth wanted to be accepted for what she was.A small medical college in NewYork finally said ‘yes.‘ Elizabeth graduated in 1849 at the head of her class,the first woman in the United States to receive a medical degree. 


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時に人の人生は瞬時に変わるものである。エリザベス・ブラックウェルの人生は1844年のある日の午後、死期の近い友人を訪ねた時に変った。のちにブラックウェルによるその時の説明では、死に行く女性は、彼女(ブラックウェル)がとても頭が良く健康だったので、どうして医学を勉強しないのかと訪ねたそうだ。エリザベスが女の医師がいないことを友人に再確認した時、その友人はため息をつき、もし「女医」に治療してもらえたら死なずに済んだかもしれないと言った。その当時、女性が人間の体について話したり何かを知ることはふさわしくないと考えられていた。エリザベスの病気の友人は自分の体の問題について男性に話すことを恥じていた為、あまりにも長期間痛みを隠していたのだった。彼女がやっと治療を望んだ時にはすでに手遅れになっていた。 エリザベスは死に行く女性の提案を忘れることができなかった。彼女は自分の人生を医学に捧げる決意をした。医師になる為の訓練の費用を稼ぐ為に彼女はノースカロライナ州で教鞭を取った。たまたま彼女が働いていた学校の校長が医師であった。彼はたくさんの医学書をもっており、彼女の授業が終わった時、エリザベスは自由にそれらを読むことが出来た。彼女は29の医学校に入学願書を書いた。ほとんどは返事すら返って来ず返ってきても非常に無礼なものだった。友人達は医学校に通う為に男のような格好をしたらと提案したが、エリザベスは彼女という人間として受け入れてくれることを望んだ。ついにニューヨークの小さな医学校が「入学OK」と言った。エリザベスは1849年クラス主席として、アメリカで最初の医学の学位を取得した女性として卒業した。


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グーグル翻訳ソフトを使うとこんな形でした、他のソフトを使ってはいかがですか? 時には、人の一生はinstant.Elizabeth Blackwellの生活の中で変更することができます 彼女はdying.Asブラックウェルだった友人を訪ねたときに1844年に1日の午後に変更後のシーンを説明するように、彼女はスマートだったので、彼女は医学を勉強するとは思わなかったなぜ瀕死の女性が彼女に尋ねたとhealthy.Whenエリザベスは彼女の友人を思い出したは女性の医師がなかった、女性はため息をついて、彼女がして治療を受けていた場合は、 '女性の医師、 "彼女は時間が、それは人間について何の話か、知っている女性のために適切とは考えられなかったことをdying.Atないかもしれないと述べたボディ。エリザベスの病気の友人があまりにも彼女がやっと治療を求めlong.Whenため、彼女は彼女の痛みを隠した男に彼女の内部の問題に言及するように恥じて​​いましたが、それは彼女の命を救うには遅すぎました。 エリザベスは彼女の心の消えていく女性の提案を取得できませんでした。彼女は医学に一生を捧げることを決めた。彼女の医療訓練のためにお金を稼ぐために、エリザベスは学校の校長ことが起こったノースCarolina.Itで教職を取った彼女は医療doctor.Heが医療本をたくさん持っていたし、エリザベスは彼女の指導の仕事はdone.Sheでも返事をしなかったadmission.Mostを求め20ー9の医学校に書いたときに、それらを自由に読むことだった、と働いていた場所やったものは非常に彼女は医学の学校に通う男としてドレスアップすることが示唆さrude.Friendsが、エリザベスは彼女がようやく言ったアメリカニューヨークの小さな医療大学をwas.A何のために受理されることを望んでいた "はい。"エリザベスで1849年に卒業彼女のクラスの頭、医学の学位を受けるために米国で最初の女性。



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