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He returned to New York where O.S. Lowsley, MD looked after him on the recommendation of Dr. Young. A large donation following Mr. Brady's successful prostate surgery brought about Dr. Young's dream—the building of the Brady Urological Institute at The Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Brady died in Atlantic City on April 16, 1917 after gradually succumbing to diabetes and renal failure.

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