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Rapport with pioneer surgeon leads to the senator's choice

Dr. Allan H. Friedman is Duke's chief of neurosurgery. Dr. Allan H. Friedman is Duke's chief of neurosurgery.
By Stephen Smith and Carey Goldberg
Globe Staff / June 3, 2008

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For his brain surgery yesterday, Senator Edward M. Kennedy turned to a bold doctor known for his willingness to operate when others might not and to a treatment center at Duke University whose motto is, "There is Hope." (Full article: 1198 words)

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