I had the opportunity to visit with Dr. Neil Jones, who is a University Professor at the University of California Los Angeles and Past President of the American Society for Surgery of the Hand.
I had the pleasure of attending the Bradford Eaton Memorial Lecture and the Scientific Session on April 27th-28th at the Roosevelt Hand to Shoulder Center on Madison Avenue in midtown Manhattan. It’s always great to come back to the training program that I was a part of, and have maintained close ties with. Here I am with my mentor, Richard Eaton, M.D. I presented a topic regarding the Domestic Touching Hands Program, part of the American Society of Surgery of the Hand Domestic Outreach, and described the upcoming 3rd annual San Francisco Touching Hands Day where the surgery facility, surgical equipment, and implants are all donated to patients who are underinsured and uninsured.
Dr. Eaton & Dr. Diao
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