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Normally, doesn't the paper refer to an individual with his/her professional honorific when the individual is a doctor, at least in the first reference? For example, "Dr. Tim Benson ..."
Maybe I'm wrong, though; just going by what I seem to recall in past articles that interview or mention doctors.
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