In my search of things to ramble about from my looney bin, I came across this person in the "famous deaths" section of historyorb.com. I love to look up all kinds of random facts about what happened and who was born on my birthday. I was searching on November 8. Not anybody's birthday in particular, but a day I needed an insignificant post.
Bernhard Zondek, a German/Israeli ob/gyn, died on November 8, 1966.
Famous deaths....yet I have never heard of this person in my life, even though I, myself, have visited many an ob/gyn. We won't discuss any of that.
Off to Google, my verybestinternetfriend EVER.
According to Wikpedia: Bernhard Zondek (1891-1966) was a reproductive endocrinologist who developed the first reliable pregnancy test in 1928.
So for all of you EPT, First Response, and Clearblue fans....this insignificant rambling was just for you!
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