Doctors from the Parkinson Center in Phoenix, Arizona, share memories of boxing icon

(7 Jun 2016) Former physicians of Muhammad Ali and staff from the Parkinson Center in Phoenix, Arizona that was named after him shared memories of the late boxing icon as well as insight into his final days before his death.
Doctors from the center called the loss of Ali devastating, adding that the boxer’s heart was “equally magnificent outside the ring.”
Staff physicians shared their memories of first meeting the larger-than life boxer as well as his softer nature with patients and children.

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