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Another Year with COVID

13 Jan 2022

By Kathleen Skipton Romanowski, MD, MAS, FACS  A little over a year ago, I sat down to write a blog piece for the Association of Women Surgeon  (AWS) Blog that was to be published on December 24th....

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Staying Well While Treating the Sick

06 Jan 2022

By Dr. Brienne Ryan Trying to stay well is no easy feat in the time of COVID, for both those in the medical field and those not. Many of us who have weathered the oscillating storms of this virus ove...

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Musings of a Surgeon

29 Dec 2021

 By Dr. Sandra Krishnan "Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind.” ― Rudyard Kipling  ‘Do you want to do surgery?’  ‘Yes, very badly.’ ‘Anticipation is one of th...

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You can’t be what you can’t see.

08 Dec 2021

By Sheina Theodore, MD I was born and raised in NYC. The product of two Haitian immigrant parents. I saw my parents sacrifice everything for me, just so that the playing field would be leveled. I was...