WOMEN trying to get into veterinary school in the wake of the Second World War faced considerable difficulties as many places were being taken by young men returning from the armed forces. Perseverance paid off for Margaret Cameron, who succeeded in gaining a place at Glasgow Veterinary College in 1947. Here, in the second article in our series on women in the veterinary profession, she describes her experiences as a student in the late 1940s
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