Dr. Sol Colsky, 87, at his Pinecrest home. On Saturday, December 3, he will host a reunion to celebrate over half a century of work with former medical staff.
Dr. Sol Colsky, 87, at his Pinecrest home. On Saturday, December 3, he will host a reunion to celebrate over half a century of work with former medical staff. Cresonia Hsieh chsieh@miamiherald.com
Dr. Sol Colsky, 87, at his Pinecrest home. On Saturday, December 3, he will host a reunion to celebrate over half a century of work with former medical staff. Cresonia Hsieh chsieh@miamiherald.com

This old-school doctor stuck to his roots. Now he’s throwing a party

November 09, 2016 02:57 PM

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