The pancreatic surgery program at Johns Hopkins is recognized as being among the top programs in the field. It is part of the newly formed John L. Cameron Division of HPB surgery. This division of surgery is a highly productive group of academic surgeons in terms of clinical volume, research endeavors, and education. The division functions as part of a large multidisciplinary group at Johns Hopkins. The program has an interesting history and can trace its roots back to the actions of a single individual—John L. Cameron. The John L. Cameron Division of HPB surgery and the Johns Hopkins Pancreas Disease program would not exist without him. It is the program that Dr Cameron built.
Annals of Surgery – Wolters Kluwer Health
Published: Feb 1, 2018
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