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CORRECTION: Saturday Business Briefs

Correction: Dr. Grant Seeger is not yet board certified, as listed on Saturday's Page D2, but is eligible, according to Altru Health System. Seeger has experience with radiation surgical implants for gynecologic and prostate cancers. Also in the ...

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Dr. Grant Seeger is not yet board certified, as listed on Saturday's Page D2, but is eligible, according to Altru Health System.

Seeger has experience with radiation surgical implants for gynecologic and prostate cancers. Also in the same article, Dr. Okorie Nduka goes by Dr. Okorie.

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