Actually, I hardly knew a war was taking place at the time, but I was in it. And of course, thanks be to God, I didn’t know which of the four sides I would work for.
My father made an intervention. He mandated, “Don, if you ever do anything connected with war, I will dispossess you from all inheritance.”
So I began to work alone. Nobody. No resident. No intern. Nobody. And I began to see the patients, burn patients. There were at that time children staying in the hospital, so I began to see many other things. And I saw there were patients who needed care for burns. The way the hospital was, the burn patient wasn’t taken care of.
As alluded to above, my professional career at Stanford University School of immersed me in an area of patient care and clinical experiences of high value...Gender Dysphoria Syndrome.
Something good always comes from a bad thing. After fifty thousand operations without any mortality at all, the one case that died taught us a lesson worth fifty thousand lessons. The record 1:50,000 is a superior record compared to certified United States and developed world hospitals. In December 19, 1983, a child Pablo Ramirez age … Continue reading Bob Bell: Interplast Airforce Captain