Samuel A. Levine
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The Samuel A. Levine Cardiac Unit at Brigham and Women's Hospital is named in his honor.
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- Harvey WP (2005). "Proc, Dr. Sam, Uncle Henry, and the "Little Green Book". Interview by Charles F. Wooley". Am Heart Hosp J 3 (1): 8–13. PMID 15722672.
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