Univ of New York Press Irena Koprowska's autobiography illuminates the struggles of a young immigrant woman to combine family responsibilities and a demanding medical career.
Book News Koprowska's autobiography, recounting her 1917 birth in Warsaw; years of exile around the world, entry into the US in 1940; finding work that required little or no English; and becoming an award-winning physician, professor, and research pioneer while raising a family. She was involved in the development of techniques to diagnose cancer. Includes a short bibliography, but no index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.