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A fourth generation Tennessean whose great, great grandfather was one of Chattanooga's 53 original settlers, Frist is the 54th U. Senator Frist now serves as the Senate Majority Leader and head of the National Republican Senatorial Committee. Legislatively, the generally conservative Frist has focused on health-care issues. "What he did was fraudulent and probably was illegal." "It would probably would be considered cruel back even then," added Stephen Musso, senior vice president and chief of operations of ASPCA.Though Musso said he personally had not heard about the Frist incident, he told UPI, "We wouldn't want to see anybody taking an animal out of an animal shelter and doing anything with it -- first of all that would be harmful; second of all, different than the intentions that they gave to the people at that shelter or humane organization." Attitudes toward animal experimentation have shifted, said Gary Patronek, director of the Tufts Center for Animals and Public Policy in North Grafton, Mass.E-mail with copies of news articles mentioning the incident are bouncing around the Internet, said Bresch.One Frist supporter said the senator's opponents are fueling the interest in the issue.

Bill Frist graduated from Princeton University in 1974 where he specialized in health care policy at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.He got his first taste of politics during his college years when he served (1972) as a congressional intern.In 1978 Frist graduated with honors from Harvard Medical School and spent the next seven years in surgical training at Massachusetts General Hospital; Southampton General Hospital, Southampton, England; and Stanford University Medical Center.Frist was a member of the faculty at Vanderbilt University Medical Center from 1985-1994. Frist founded and subsequently directed the multi-disciplinary Vanderbilt Transplant Center, which became a nationally renowned center of multi-organ transplantation. Frist performed over 200 heart and lung transplant procedures, including the first successful combined heart-lung transplant in the southern United States.Frist has written more than 100 articles, chapters, and abstracts on medical research and five books: Transplant, which examines the social and ethical issues of transplantation and organ donation; Grand Rounds in Transplantation; Tennessee Senators, 1911-2001: Portraits of Leadership in a Century of Change; When Every Moment Counts, a family guide on bioterrorism; and Good People Beget Good People.