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Doctor says he has duty to tell the truth
USA Today

Otis Brawley says he’s not worried about being called a radical. In eighth grade, Brawley and a friend were walking home from school in Detroit, where he was raised, when they accidentally stumbled into a drug dealer’s crossfire. Brawley scrambled away unharmed, but he never forgot the experience. Now, he says, “letters complaining about me are not the worst thing to ever happen to me.”

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