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The man who walked backward & the doctor who turned him around

By Joseph P. Kahn
Globe Staff / May 16, 2009

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EAST FALMOUTH - It's a wonder Ed Zine is alive today, never mind sitting in a house he built himself on a quiet Cape Cod lane, surrounded by his wife and two young daughters and by the therapist he affectionately calls "my brother." (Full article: 1296 words)

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