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Richard Murphy’s sinuses were so stuffy that for months he couldn’t sleep more than two hours a night. Doctors kept blaming Murphy’s allergies and telling him he needed shots. But this didn’t feel like allergies.

Murphy, of Marshfield, finally sought out the ear, nose and throat doctor who had treated his three kids. “I feel like there’s a golf ball in my nose,” Murphy told him. The specialist took out a tool, looked up Murphy’s nose, and agreed: “There’s a golf ball up your nose.”

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