Susan Cohen is a social historian with a special interest in the Victorian and Edwardian eras. She was awarded a PhD for her work on the campaigner for women's rights, Eleanor Rathbone, and she is an Honorary Fellow of the Parkes Institute at Southampton University. Her book on Eleanor Rathbone and the Refugees will be published in 2009.
A recipient of the Science in Society Award from the National Association of Science Writers, SUSAN COHENhas written extensively on bioethical issues. CHRISTINE COSGROVEis a medical journalist whose work has appeared in numerous newspapers and magazines around the country. A frequent contributor to WebMD, she was treated with DES (a growth-stunting drug) as a child and now stands five feet eleven inches.