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Dr. Alan Spievack, 74, educator, cellular regeneration pioneer taught at Harvard

Dr. Alan Spievack held 19 patents for medical devices. His got interested in regeneration while working with salamanders. Dr. Alan Spievack held 19 patents for medical devices. His got interested in regeneration while working with salamanders.
By J.M. Lawrence
Globe Correspondent / May 4, 2008

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Boston surgeon Dr. Alan Spievack, a pioneer in cellular regeneration who spent more than 40 years teaching at Harvard and performing surgery at area hospitals, died March 15 at his home in Cambridge. He was 74 and had cancer. (Full article: 870 words)

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