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Small Innovation Helps Train the Next Generation of African Cleft Surgeons
February 23, 2017
When Dr. Richard Hopper, surgical director of Seattle Children’s Craniofacial Center, and his team of experts identify a problem, they won’t stop thinking about ways to solve it. Such was the case when they invented a device to help teach doctors in Africa how to perform cleft lip and palate surgery. Cleft lip and cleft […]
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