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Longtime activist labors for cause

In the summer of 1974, Bruce Popper had taken a break from his studies at the University of Rochester and got a job climbing trees. When he heard that a co-worker, who had been the lead pesticide applicator, died in ...

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Doc makes an entrepreneurial leap

KERRY FELTNER She was at the top of her game, possibly the pinnacle of a career. There were the years of experience, accolades and the freedom hard work earns. But this year, Betty Rabinowitz M.D. decided it was time to ...

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Developing new ways to help people

Mary Walsh Boatfield has her weekly schedule mapped out across two counties and hundreds of miles. She serves as president and CEO of Finger Lakes United Cerebral Palsy/Happiness House, CEO of Rochester Rehabilitation Center Inc. and president of United Cerebral ...

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