Lucille Teasdale - Dundurn

Lucille Teasdale

Published January 2005

Description

Canadian surgeon Lucille Teasdale and her husband founded Lacor Hospital in northern Uganda in 1961. For 35 years the two doctors treated such contagious diseases as malaria, TB, and AIDS, and Teasdale performed thousands of operations under difficult conditions. They lived through civil war, hostage takings, and epidemics. Teasdale received the highest humanitarian awards from the U.N. for her lifes work in Africa.

Contributors

Deborah Cowley

Deborah Cowley, an Ottawa-based writer and broadcaster, is also the author of Cairo, A Practical Guide and co-author of One Woman's Journey: A Portrait of Pauline Vanier.

Book Details

Paperback
January 2005
5.5x8.5 in
176 pp
9781894852166
ePub
January 2005
-
176 pp
9781770706576