He treated celebrities, advised a governor and saved an Irish historical society. But he died under a cloud of sexual assault allegations.
Kevin M. Cahill, who managed to pack several careers into a single life as a leading expert on tropical diseases, a doctor to celebrities and politicians, a close adviser to Gov. Hugh L. Carey of New York and a savior to the ailing American Irish Historical Society, but who later faced allegations of sexual assault by two women, died on Wednesday at his home in Point Lookout, N.Y., on Long Island. He was 86.
His son Brendan said that the cause of death had not been determined, but that his father had been in failing health.
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