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He's really out there on his own, and he has a lot to learn.
"He started this cardiothoracic fellowship because of his late mentor," Schneider notes.
"And [now] he's wondering if he made the right career choice, if he can even tolerate two years of fellowship under this new boss." Latham, who will be introduced in the season premiere, is the polar opposite of Dr.
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