Dr. Thomas Graboys was, for many years, one of Boston's leading cardiologists. In 1985, he and colleagues in the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War won the Nobel Peace Prize. On the faculty of Harvard Medical School, Graboys was also president emeritus of the Lown Cardiovascular Research Foundation in Brookline and senior physician at the Brigham and Women's Hospital until 2006, when Parkinson's and dementia changed his life and forced his early retirement.
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