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Three Doctors Form Lasting 'Bond'

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Three Doctors Form Lasting 'Bond'

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Three Doctors Form Lasting 'Bond'

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Dr. Sampson Davis, Dr. George Jenkins and Dr. Rameck Hunt Bettina Wiesenthal-Birch/NPR hide caption

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Years ago, three young men made a pact to transcend the challenges of growing up in the inner-city.

They decided to become doctors and became authors in the process.

The group has written their third book, titled The Bond: Three Young Men Learn to Forgive and Reconnect with Their Fathers.

Farai Chideya talks with Dr. Sampson Davis, Dr. George Jenkins and Dr. Rameck Hunt.

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