in 1947. They have six children, three boys and three girls. 5 With her ground-breaking work in diagnostic chemistry as well as her tireless efforts to promote the field of chemistry to women and the general public, Helen Free serves as a positive role model for women--not only in science but in all professions.
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-----. Urinalysis in Clinical Laboratory Practice. Cleveland: CRC Press, 1975.
-----. Urodynamics: Concepts Relating to Urinalysis. Elkhart, Ind.: Ames, 1972.
Free Helen M. "Urine Glucose Tests for Diabetic Patients with Impaired Vision." Diabetes Care 1 ( January-February 1978): 14-17.
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