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The Author would like to thank Professor Luisa Camaiora, B.A., M.Phil., for her correction of the English.

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Conti, A.A. “A hundred years since the birth of Rosalind Elsie Franklin, a brilliant and gifted scientist”. Intern Emerg Med 16, 531–532 (2021).

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