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Mathew Devine’s childhood experience gave him a unique appreciation for medicine

Physician Honoree

When Mathew Devine, D.O, was 2 years old, he contracted bacterial meningitis. The disease is no longer common, thanks to a vaccine created in Rochester in 1977, but it was plenty scary for families at the time. In the short term, the illness affected his memory, so Devine had to learn to walk and talk ...

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