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Home Team AdvantageIn the past four decades, a Rochester program and its graduates have been helping to shape the field of sports medicine.By Jim Mandelaro
sportsmedFIRST TEAM: Kenneth DeHaven was “a one-man band,” he says, when he started Rochester’s sports medicine program under new orthopaedics chair C. McCollister (Mac) Evarts ’57M (MD), ’64M (Res) in 1975. By embracing and working to perfect promising experimental techniques, DeHaven put the program on the path to becoming a regional destination for athletes. (Photo: Adam Fenster) More . . .
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    In the past four decades, a Rochester program and its graduates have been helping to shape the field of sports medicine.

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