Attending the Medical College of the New York Infirmary for Women and Children, then graduating from Cornell Medical School in 1899 transformed Bradley into a physician with superior training. She relocated her family to Atlanta, where the Sage and Bradley families were well known. She practiced in bustling downtown and publicized medical advances as well as public health.
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