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Samuel Proger., M.D. was born on January 21, 1906. He received his MD in 1929 from Emory University, the same year he married Evelyn Levinson. Following graduation he moved to Massachusetts to work with Joseph H. Pratt at the Boston Dispensary (BD) for a year's residency. He also completed fellowships at University of Heidelberg and Tufts College School of Medicine, where he worked in cardiology.
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