Dear Tony,

I so admire you. You have been a physician for the last 10 years, serving as Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease and the NIH. Having graduated from Cornell Medical College in 1966, a year behind my husband’s class, many knew then you were destined for greatness.

You led America and the world through one threat after another, starting with HIV/AIDS and now the Coronavirus. You served our country under six Presidents and you have been awarded The Presidential Medal of Freedom, among many other honors.

Saving lives is the goal of many doctors but you have saved millions of lives around the world.

You are my Hero!

Susie Segaul

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