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Brigham and Women’s celebrates Marshall Wolf

From left: Dr. Soheyla Gharib, honoree Dr. Marshall Wolf, and Dr. Betsy Nabel at the gala.

Roger Farrington

From left: Dr. Soheyla Gharib, honoree Dr. Marshall Wolf, and Dr. Betsy Nabel at the gala.

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Dr. Marshall Wolf’s 50-year career at Brigham and Women’s Hospital was celebrated at a gala at the Sheraton Boston over the weekend. Brigham and Women’s president Dr. Betsy Nabel and her husband, Dr. Gary Nabel, and Dr. Soheyla Gharib and Dr. Thomas Lee chaired the night, which drew many of Wolf’s most well-known trainees and fans, including Partners in Health cofounder Paul Farmer, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute president Edward Benz, and Partners CEO Gary Gottlieb.

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