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As a surgeon, writer, and amateur woodworker, I have had many opportunities to use my head, heart, and hands, which are the basis for much of my creation. Then I ran across this.
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Lars Larson and I discussed the urgent issue of organ transplants. Every day, 17 people in the US die waiting for a life-saving organ, and more than 100,000 are on the transplant list.
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