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More than 30 Chapter Officers attended a new program designed specifically for them at the ACS 2017 Leadership & Advocacy Summit.
The Society of Surgical Chairs Women’s Committee hosted a leadership symposium for 40 women surgeons April 18–19, immediately preceding the annual meeting of the American Surgical Association.
Patricia L. Turner, MD, FACS, Director, ACS Division of Member Services, recently concluded her term as president of the Society of Black Academic Surgeons.
The first ACS/American Society of Breast Surgeons (ASBrS) International Scholar, Juan Jose Cossa Morchio, MD, FACS, attended the ASBrS annual meeting in April.
The efforts of the ACS Professional Association political action committee during the College’s 2017 Leadership & Advocacy Summit are summarized.
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