Frank William, 1859–1940, U.S. economist.

Taussig Taus·sig (tou’sĭg), Helen. 1898-1986.

American pediatrician and embryologist noted for her work on congenital defects of the heart. With Alfred Blalock she developed the pulmonary bypass operation for the treatment of blue babies.


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