Against all odds: the story of Aleen Cust


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Abstract

In 1895 all veterinary surgeons were men. Aleen Cust broke the mould. After completing her veterinary studies in Edinburgh, she was denied a diploma, but worked as a vet in Ireland. Now, 150 years after her birth, historian Bruce Vivash Jones looks at her remarkable story.

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