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Guest Column: Alright, Let’s Call It a Draw: The Life of John Pryor, by John and Richard Pryor

I write this as a review of a book that touched me in many ways, but also as an editorial on the evolution of surgical education and practice and the impact this career choice can have on family and friends. Indeed, this review serves as a call for all health care professionals to analyze how […]

Members of Dr. Cole's FRSS on sand dunes in Morocco

From battlefield to bedside—and back again

On April 4, James Cole, DO, FACS, boarded a commercial plane in Chicago, IL, for the 36-hour journey to the Far Western Desert, Morocco, an expanse of the Sahara in the southeastern part of the country.


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