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August 25, 2012 5:00 AM

Surgeon retires to spend time helping African women with breast cancer

ATLANTA — Midway down a narrow second floor hallway at the Winship Cancer Institute, away from the hum of nurses ushering cancer patients into exam rooms, Dr. William Wood talks about the great need far beyond these walls and how his boyhood faith gave him a heart big enough to care.

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