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ana anthony/daily globe Dr. Firas Farra is shown at the Avera Clinic where he has been working for about 14 years.

Worthington is home for Syrian native

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WORTHINGTON -- As a child, Dr. Firas Farra was aware of the expectations his parents had for him being the oldest of three siblings. He also knew he aspired to be a medical provider. What he didn't know was he would some day practice medicine in a town about 7,000 miles from his home in Damascus, Syria.

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