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Public health researcher Sue Goldie | Meeting the Minds

MacArthur grant honors can-do doctor

By Carolyn Y. Johnson
Globe Staff / September 26, 2005

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NEWTON -- Dr. Sue Goldie spent a lonely, rebellious childhood faced with problems too big to solve. She never knew her biological parents or where she was from. Life was tough in her adoptive home. But she found stability by volunteering at shelters, mastering Tae Kwon Do, and excelling at school. (Full article: 896 words)

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