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Chaudhry to be first Muslim recipient of interfaith award

Dr. Mussarat Chaudhry sits in her office at Ellis Hospital's Bellevue Women's Center in Niskayuna. (Bill Buell/Gazette reporter)
Dr. Mussarat Chaudhry sits in her office at Ellis Hospital's Bellevue Women's Center in Niskayuna. (Bill Buell/Gazette reporter)
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It happened slowly, over time, but eventually Mussarat Chaudhry realized something about her life. The more she lived it like a practicing Muslim, the more rewarding it was to her. “I find that it’s more freeing and liberating the more I act and live as a Muslim woman,” said Chaudhry, a radiologist at Ellis Hospital’s Bellevue Woman’s Center in Niskayuna. “There are many rights in the Islamic religion that are very beneficial to women. The ...


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