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Earle, Mary Philomena

MBE

Born
Australia
Occupation
Medical scientist

Summary

Mary Earle gained recognition for her research in medical health in Western Australia with her appointment as Member of the Order of the British Empire on 12 June 1976. She developed the use of oral insulin treatment for diabetes and methods of treating migraine and bed-wetting. She has published several booklets on her treatment.

Sources used to compile this entry: The West Australian, Saturday 12 June 1976.

Rosemary Francis

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