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For the third year in a row, Governor Charlie Baker got a buzz-cut at Granite Telecommunication’s annual “Saving By Shaving” event to raise awareness for Dana Farber and to support pancreatic cancer research. He was joined by Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Matthew Beaton, MBTA Acting General Manager Brian Shortsleeve, Quincy Mayor Thomas Koch, Boston Red Sox President Sam Kennedy, Host of Greater Boston/Boston Public Radio Jim Braude, President and CEO of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Laurie H. Glimcher, MD, and other special guests. Over the last three years, the event has contributed nearly $9.7 million dollars to Dana Farber.

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