March 28, 2017: Nancy Abu Bonsrah, a Ghanaian-born Adventist, has made history by becoming the first black female to become a resident at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine’s neurosurgical department. The neurosurgery program at Johns Hopkins is highly prestigious and only admits 2 to 5 residents. Ben Carson, the current United States secretary of […]
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Article excerpt posted on en.intercer.net from Adventist Today.