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Levine growth malignant, but removed

Larry Sass flanked by students Daniel Smithwick (left) and Dennis Michaud. Larry Sass flanked by students Daniel Smithwick (left) and Dennis Michaud.
By Mark Shanahan and Paysha Rhone
July 23, 2008

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Doctors have found the growth on conductor James Levine 's kidney to be malignant, according to a statement released yesterday by the Boston Symphony Orchestra. The maestro, who was hospitalized July 15 for surgery to remove a growth on his kidney, has been released from the hospital. (The BSO isn't saying what hospital.) According to yesterday's statement, Tom Levine , ... (Full article: 1472 words)

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