Herbert Chen, MD, FACS Keywords: John Cameron CHIEFTAIN mistakes. This has been shown many times over. It was the zebra in him that kept him doing pancreatectomies in the 1970s, when Kevin Staveley-O’Carroll, University of Missouri others abandoned it and the mortality was 25%. He made pancreatic hen I was a little boy growing up, my father taught me a surgery the field it is today. He has trained generations to be W number of songs he had learned during WW2 as an Irish outstanding pancreatic surgeons. And I admire the zebra in him that fusilier in the British commandos. Among these was his regimental has allowed him to do so. There are countless surgeons doing song, The March of the Men of Cameron. This song took its name pancreatic surgery his way—either taught by him or taught by those from the Cameron of Lochiel whose estate was the training ground of he taught. this elite fighting force. As a young man, I was moved when I visited As I have progressed through my career in academic surgery, I this place in the Highlands of Scotland where 15% of the young have learned to draw on my inner zebra
Annals of Surgery – Wolters Kluwer Health
Published: Feb 1, 2018
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