Donald A. Locasto, MD
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine; Director of Special Operations Institute
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Step by hard-earned step, word by remembered word, Dr. Alison Delgado has recovered from a bicycle accident that nearly robbed her of her life. Dr. Delgado, who suffered serious physical and neurological injuries in the 2010 accident, is today a...
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