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Sharing the stage

Sep. 21, 2017, 8:44 AM

(photo by Steve Green)

Legendary actor Ed Asner, left, shared the stage with Vanderbilt’s Joseph (Jay) Smith Jr., M.D., at the Franklin Theatre Saturday night after Asner performed his sold-out show “A Man and His Prostate.” Smith, professor of Urologic Surgery, talked on stage with Asner and did a Q&A with the audience, who asked numerous questions. “This has only happened in Nashville, because you have Vanderbilt and this guy,” Asner said, pointing to Smith.

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