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“Over the years, my Lafayette education has provided me with a firm foundation on which to grow and become creative,” says David Albala ’78, professor of urology and head of minimally invasive surgery at Duke University Medical Center. He has offered many Lafayette interns and opportunity to use cutting-edge technology, conduct research, and watch him perform surgery and interact with patients. “When you reach a certain level and are comfortable with yourself, you do things for people underneath you to help them succeed. The nicest thing is when they all get into medical school.”

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