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“I’m just a woman who is sewing up holes in women in Ethiopia.” – Catherine Hamlin, 2001

Acknowledging the incredible work of pioneering gynaecological surgeon Dr Catherine Hamlin.

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The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

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24 January 2024
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On the centenary of her birth, the College wishes to acknowledge the incredible work of pioneering gynaecological surgeon Dr Catherine Hamlin, who spent more than half a century treating obstetric fistula in Ethiopia.

In 2001, Dr Hamlin delivered a lecture at College House about her work in Ethiopia, and we are delighted to now be able to share it with you.

Watch Dr Hamlin’s Lecture

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