Police officer turned medical student wins surgery award
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March 3, 2016
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Police officer turned medical student wins surgery award

If you were acting up on the streets of Amarillo several years ago, Blake Henchcliffe, M.B.A., a second-year McGovern Medical School student, was the last person you would want to see.

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