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A Family Doctor's Journey From Man to Woman

And what it means for his family of patients.

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By Neil Swidey
Globe Staff / August 12, 2007

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On May 22, 2006, Mike Foster was sitting on the padded exam table in his doctor’s office, undergoing his annual physical. It was a familiar place. For 14 years, he’d been coming to see the same doctor in the same Somerville office a few blocks from the same two-family home that had been in Foster’s family for four generations. And ... (Full article: 4628 words)

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