The National Foundation of Medical Research held a highly-attended conference each year in Washington, DC. The Foundation had a series of awards that could be presented during the conference to doctors and medical professionals who had made a significant contribution to furthering medical knowledge in a main area of study. However, the awards were not generally awarded every year as the candidates must have made an outstanding and recognizable contribution to the science of medicine, which probably helped explain why the Foundationís awards were considered some of the most prestigious in the medical industry. This year, several of the awards were given out to candidates scattered across the nation. Determine the full name of each recipient (one had a last name of Foster), the area of medical research each recipient contributed to (one area was back injuries), and the city where each recipient lived.
1. The doctor who came from Chicago was given an award for his research into cancer.
2. Patricia was researching heart disease but she didnít live in Miami.
3. Harryís last name wasnít Atkins. Amy didnít live in Charlotte.
4. Ms. Fordís award was for her work in DNA mapping.
5. Michelle Slater wasnít researching mental diseases.
6. Chet lived in Dallas. The doctor whose last name was McQueen worked in Seattle.
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October 29, 2011