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Debrah Rud, a Harvard doctoral student, dropped off her year-old son, Jack, at day care.

Women in science weigh lab-vs.-life goals

Motherhood tests career aspirations

By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / December 27, 2005

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CAMBRIDGE -- At the beginning of her Harvard biochemistry class, Debrah Rud proudly told her students that her year-old son was sporting his first haircut. At the end of class one recent afternoon, she warned that if anyone failed to tell her where to return the last homework assignment, ''it will just get lost in my apartment and Jack will ... (Full article: 1457 words)

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