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I just wanted to take a mome…
I just wanted to take a moment to send a followup email to everyone to let them know how my Boston Marathon went, and to again thank everyone for supporting my run to benefit Dr. Martin Pollak's important research on kidney disease.

I was happy to make it to the finish line in 4:24. While I was hoping to be a bit faster, I realized early on that it wasn't going to be a fast race for me, so I focused on making sure I could make it to the finish line.

The conditions were not pleasant, although not as bad as I feared when I saw the forecast. I got wet, but not soaked. There were headwinds, but not constant ones. I was not cold, as I managed to choose the correct clothing.

As always, the crowds were tremendously supportive, and helped me along the way.

So, thank you again to all of you for making my race possible, and for helping me support an important cause!

Wishing you tailwinds and blue skies,

3 years ago
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Daniel SAYS:
Thank you very much for your…
Thank you very much for your generous support, Danny & Susanne - I really appreciate it! Dan
3 years ago
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Danny Muehlschlegel
Waban, MA United States
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About the Michael J. Davidson, MD Endovascular Fellowship 

Michael J. Davidson, MD, was the Director of Endovascular Cardiac Surgery at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He graduated from Yale University School of Medicine in 1996 and completed his postgraduate training at Duke University Medical Center and BWH. Dr. Davidson took the unusual route of training as both a cardiovascular surgeon and an interventional cardiologist. While at the Brigham, he and his colleagues pushed the adoption of new, less invasive ways to repair damaged aortal valves. These “hybrid” programs used techniques from surgery and interventional cardiology to replace heart valves by inserting them through catheters rather than incisions. Dr. Davidson was part of the remarkable team that performed the hospital’s first tricuspid “valve-in-value” procedure, and he was involved in establishing BWH’s Cardiac Hybrid Operating Room, one of the most advanced operating rooms in the country. 

Dr. Davidson’s colleagues recall him as a “visionary” physician who bridged disciplines to pioneer a new form of surgery, and always took time to understand his patients and do what was best for them. He is remembered as an exceptionally talented surgeon, brilliant thinker, consummate caregiver, and perhaps most of all, as a man who deeply cared for his family, his patients and his colleagues. His legacy of kindness, compassionate care, vision, and humanism lives on in the Brigham community and beyond. 



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