#Google’s special doodle; Relations with India

#Google’s special doodle; Relations with India

Google has given a salute to Lucy Wills by Doodood today. Lucy Wills was famous as a hematologist. #Google has done a doodle for its 131st anniversary. Lucy Wiles also had a different relationship with India.

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Google has given a salute to Lucy Wills by Doodood today. Lucy Wills was famous as a hematologist. Google has done a doodle for its 131st anniversary. Lucy Wiles also had a different relationship with India.

Lucy was born in 1888 in England. In 1911 he graduated from the University of Cambridge with a Botany and Geology degree. During World War I in 1914, Lucy had performed her duty as a nurse in Cape Town. After that, his interest in the medical field began to grow. On returning from Cape Town to London, he got a medical degree from the London School of Medicine for Women. When Lucy Wills visited India in 1928, she examined anemia of pregnant women working in a cloth mill in Mumbai. During these medicines, women were not receiving nutritious nutritious food because they were diagnosed with a serious illness like macroeconomic anemia. Macrocytic anemia increases the size of red cells in pregnancy. Lucy then started her research. To prevent anemia, Lucy did various experiments. In the experiment, he used yeast in food. Experiments conducted on rats and monkeys showed positive results. This experiment started to be known as the Wels factor. The use of folic acid for pregnant women has become commonplace now. In addition, iron and vitamin B12 have been used to prevent premenstrual anemia. Lucy Wills has taken her life for research on pregnancy and health of women. Lucy died on April 16, 1964.

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