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By AMY GEISZLER-JONES
The Wichita Eagle 

Wichita man to bike 1,000 miles to honor daughter's death

 


WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — For most of her 34-year life, Bridget Harrison lived with perfection and pain.

With an IQ of more than 200, she graduated from Wichita East High School's IB program with enough college credits to enter college as a sophomore, earned top honors in her medical class, completed a residency at one of the United States' top plastic surgery programs and became a hand and reconstruction surgeon in Houston.

But her genius-level mind and her personal demand for perfection turned on her when it came to her own body. On May 5, 2018, she succumbed to the pain caused by the eating...



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