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Page 42 of 67 | JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2016 41 A t age six, Julius Few, MD, already knew exactly what he wanted to be when he grew up: a doctor—specifi cally, a surgeon. His inspiration: Dr. Quincy, a forensic pathologist played by actor Jack Klugman in the 1970s televi- sion series Quincy M.E. Of course, Dr. Quincy's fi ctitious patients were dead, but that fact escaped the young Julius Few.

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