1:2:1 Podcast : Surgery
Max Aguilera-Hellweg on the art of photography
Max Aguilera-Hellweg apprenticed with the famed photographer Annie Liebovitz at Rolling Stone magazine when he was 18 years old. At age 43, he received his medical degree. Surgical photography is just one of his specialties.
Mike Stobbe on the decline of the Surgeon General
The post of U.S. surgeon general has remained vacant for nearly a year. So it raises the question: Does the role of the nation’s top doctor still matter? Associated Press medical reporter Mike Stobbe’s new book, Surgeon General’s Warning, argues that it does.
Sherry Wren and her journey back as a surgeon
Two years ago, Stanford surgeon Sherry Wren, MD, had excruciating pain in her neck. The surgery to remove a ruptured disc resulted in a partial paralysis that temporarily derailed her career.
A conversation with CNN's Sanjay Gupta
He’s CNN’s chief medical correspondent, and a neurosurgeon too. And now Sanjay Gupta is using his very public platform to talk about the benefits of medical marijuana, and the need to combat loneliness.
John Morton on bariatric surgery
One in three U.S. adults is overweight or obese, and 15 percent of children between the ages of six and 19 are overweight.