became the first Canadian woman in space when she flew on Discovery in January 1992.
She's a woman of varied talents, including a medical doctor and earning a doctorate in neurobiology. She spent 8 days in space."It was after the Challenger accident. Nonetheless, you know you have to be focused. You can't be thinking about nerves."
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