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Thomas Deutsch, 74; physicist pioneered uses for lasers

By Gloria Negri
Globe Staff / July 20, 2006

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Thomas F. Deutsch, a pioneering laser physicist whose research was on the forefront of laser technology in military, industrial, and medical fields, died early Monday at his Cambridge home of prostate cancer. He was 74. (Full article: 1174 words)

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