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November 27, 2012
God bless you and your family. I had my kidney transplant back in 1974 at C.H.M.C. Thank You for giving me my new life. You will be missed.
November 27, 2012
I first met Dr Murray and his two siblings when their mother was honored in the Massachusetts Senate in the early 1970s for her 50-year membership on the Democratic State Committee. He was fine man as well as a very gifted surgeon. The painting which greets visitors to the Countway Library at Harvard Medical School is an exciting reminder of that first kidney transplant surgery 58 years ago.
November 27, 2012
Dr. Murray performed reconstructive surgery on me. He was a wonderful, compassionate man. RIP, Doctor Murray. Kathy (MA)
November 27, 2012
Dr. Murray changed many people's lives for the better through his surgery, and his legacy will continue through the surgical residents he trained and the students he influenced. I was one of those students who spent time with Dr. Murray for parts of two years 1978-1980 observing his complex operations at the Children's Hospital with the assistance of Dr. Mulliken and Dr. Kaban. This singular influence allowed me to pursue a Head and Neck surgical career without any doubt or second guess. I attended the 25th anniversary celebration of the kindey transplant at harvard Med school and was indeed please to see the Nobel Prize awarded to a man whose work saved countless people. My prayers to the entire Murray family and a confirmation that his legacy will be timeless.
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