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  • This professor was saved by Duke EMS who were students studying nearby

    Duke professor George Grody shares his story, of having a heart attack on campus and being saved by Duke EMS students who were studying just steps away in 2015, after teaching class in the same classroom on Tuesday, Nov. 28.

This professor was saved by Duke EMS who were students studying nearby

Duke professor George Grody shares his story, of having a heart attack on campus and being saved by Duke EMS students who were studying just steps away in 2015, after teaching class in the same classroom on Tuesday, Nov. 28.
Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com