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Emory student climbs Mt. Everest
Physician Assistant student Nicholas Gibson trains for the climb up Mt. Everest that he made this month as part of an all-military team raising money for wounded soldiers and awareness of veteran health issues.

Emory physician assistant student Nicholas Gibson combined his passion for mountaineering  and medicine this month to serve as medic for an all-military team climbing Mt. Everest  in order to raise money for wounded warriors and awareness of veteran's health issues. 

Th U.S. Air Force Seven Summits Challenge blog, which chronicled the climb, reported on May 19 that four of the six team members reached the summit. A live GPS tracker showed Gibson scaled to 28,020 feet but according to the blog, he decided not to make the ascent due to risk of frostbite.

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