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Smile At 89, Houston Methodist Dr. Stanley Appel still at forefront of ALS research

At 89, Houston Methodist Dr. Stanley Appel still at forefront of ALS research

ALS researcher, Houston Methodist's Dr. Stanley Appel, still at forefront at 89

Dr. Appel is one of the most well known names in the specialization. Nice recognition in this story.
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