RIP Dr. Frances Oldham Kelsey … and other GIANTS

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3 Responses

  1. R.I.P. Augusta Chiwy

    A Belgian nurse who helped save hundreds of American soldiers during the Battle of the Bulge at the end of World War II has died. She was 94.

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/belgian-wwii-nurse-who-helped-save-many-us-troops-dies/ar-BBm6XGf?ocid=ansmsnnews11

    Fatima

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  2. R.I.P. Dr. James Duke

    Dr. James “Red” Duke, a trauma surgeon who attended to Texas Gov. John Connally on the day of the Kennedy assassination before going on to become a familiar television doctor, died in Houston on Tuesday at age 86.

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/news/dr-james-red-duke-once-familiar-tv-doctor-dead-at-86/ar-BBm6bug?ocid=iehp

    Fatima

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  3. RIP Dr. Oliver Sacks

    Dies at 82 … Neurologist and Author Explored the Brain’s Quirks.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/31/science/oliver-sacks-dies-at-82-neurologist-and-author-explored-the-brains-quirks.html?_r=0

    Dr. Sacks first won widespread attention in 1973 for his book “Awakenings,” about a group of patients with an atypical form of encephalitis at Beth Abraham Hospital in the Bronx.

    Dr. D. Marcinko MBA

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