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He uses Thursdays to bust stereotypes

By Keith O'Brien
Globe Correspondent / July 11, 2005

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He has an award and a disease named after him. He has a medical textbook under his belt. And he is old enough to have been friends with Dr. Sidney Farber -- the Farber of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. So if Dr. Allen Crocker wanted to retire from medicine on the eve of his 80th birthday, no one could blame ... (Full article: 945 words)

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