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That is Diane Simeone, a pancreatic-cancer surgeon who also runs a research lab at NYU-Langone in New York.
In yet others, it wore either the type of mask worn by surgeons or a more protective N95 mask.
Of course, surgeons like Hagler have specific training and experience that guide them, as all these people with extreme jobs do.
“But if he has to show his face, he would be much younger, and I would probably need a good plastic surgeon!”
If you’re a surgeon and you botched the surgery or if you’re a physician who prescribes the wrong medication, there is no amount of compassion that’s going to undo that.
Cesareo and his American cofounders—who have since sold their shares to the billionaire surgeon turned investor Patrick Soon-Shiong—are veterans of Union Carbide.
He’s been an engineer, a surgeon, a management consultant, and even a boxer.
Looking ahead, remote RAS—with a surgeon operating on a patient potentially thousands of miles away—could lead to wider access to high-quality surgery around the globe.
Two people with extensive international experience — Richard Jonas, a pediatric heart surgeon, and Walsh, whose father founded Project HOPE, the global health organization — signed on to be this year’s co-chairs.
Metcalf found a surgeon, Kevin Foley, who performed surgery that saved his career — “a miracle,” Metcalf called it in January.

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