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A Black Psychiatrist Reflects on Race in Medicine, and Being Mistaken For a Fix-It Man

Dr. Damon Tweedy was one of the first African-Americans to earn a scholarship to Duke Medical School, back in 1996, when the school was trying to encourage more diversity in its ranks

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