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  1. Phyllis Dorothy Cilento, Lady Cilento (née McGlew; 13 March 1894 – 26 July 1987) was an Australian medical practitioner, prominent medical journalist, and pioneering advocate of family planning in Queensland.

  2. Sir Ray Cilento had a distinguished international service in tropical medicine, and although it was not adequately acknowledged in Australia with an appointment in his latter career, he became an important political and cultural figure for Queensland (entry in this project is pending).

  3. Phyllis Dorothy Cilento (1894-1987), medical practitioner and journalist, was born on 13 March 1894 at Rockdale, Sydney, only child of New South Wales-born parents Charles Thomas McGlew, shipbroker and coal merchant, and his wife Alice Lane, née Walker.

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  4. Phyllis Cilento has, been lauded as Queensland’s great female medical pioneer but Lilian Cooper and Josephine Bedford also deserve their place in history.

  5. Cilento, Lady Phyllis Dorothy . (1894 – 1987) . Born 13 March, 1894, Sydney New South Wales . Died 26 July, 1987, Brisbane Queensland . Occupation Broadcaster, Doctor, Journalist, Print journalist, Radio Journalist, Social reformer, Women's rights activist . Download content . Summary .

  6. Phyllis Dorothy Cilento, Lady Cilento (née McGlew; 13 March 1894 – 26 July 1987) was an Australian medical practitioner, prominent medical journalist, and pioneering advocate of family planning in Queensland.

  7. It involves two well-known Brisbane names: the Cilentos, Sir Raphael and Lady Phyllis, who were among the worldliest and most important families in the state in the 1950s; and Kath Walker, an ...