Tribe honors doctors for diabetes work
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ROCKY BOY'S INDIAN RESERVATION - Two men were honored for their work in diabetes prevention and education at a cultural event at Rocky Boy Thursday night.
Dr. Sanford Garfield and Dr. Lawrence Agodoa of the National Institutes of Health in Washington, D.C., were participants in a round dance in the former Stone Child College gymnasium. The two men were presented symbolic gifts during the ceremony by Alvin Windy Boy Sr., chairman of the Chippewa Cree Tribe.
Thursday, Garfield and Agodoa attended a conference in Grea...