Sandy Springs man's book to aid teens
by Bobby Tedder
12:54 PM, Thursday, October 02
Dr. Harvey “Chip” Cole’s successful foray into the literary realm should perhaps come as no surprise given the prolific career he has also authored. Nationally renowned in his field, the Sandy Springs resident has performed more than 25,000 operat...

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