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A Hypothetical Future Without General Surgeons

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    Dropping reimbursement for general surgical procedures and increased everyday expenses are two issues, in addition to many others, that make the future viability of a general surgery practice a more difficult proposition. What if this disturbing trend continues? Could medicine withstand the loss of general surgery altogether? Dr. Dana Christian Lynge, associate professor of surgery at the University of Washington School of Medicine, and practicing general surgeon, peers into a theoretical future without general surgeons. What does he see? Dr. Mark Nolan Hill hosts.

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    Dropping reimbursement for general surgical procedures and increased everyday expenses are two issues, in addition to many others, that make the future viability of a general surgery practice a more difficult proposition. What if this disturbing trend continues? Could medicine withstand the loss of general surgery altogether? Dr. Dana Christian Lynge, associate professor of surgery at the University of Washington School of Medicine, and practicing general surgeon, peers into a theoretical future without general surgeons. What does he see? Dr. Mark Nolan Hill hosts.

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Schedule16 Oct 2021