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Doctor Credits Life Saving Diagnosis to 'House' Episode

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February 7, 2014
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Sure, Fox's medical drama "House" may have gone off the air in 2012, but Dr. Gregory House is apparently still helping save lives in Germany. Video provided by Newsy


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