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Stem Cell Transplant Survivors Reunion

May. 24, 2013, 8:00 AM

(photo by Steve Green

Steve Wolff, M.D., left, was honored at the VICC Stem Cell Transplant Survivors Reunion for his leadership in the development of the Vanderbilt Stem Cell Transplant Program in the early 1980s. John Greer, M.D., presented Wolff, a lifelong fan of the New York Yankees, with a signed bat from the Yankees. Wolff is now a professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at Meharry Medical College.

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