Browse notable surgeons such as Ben Carson, Antonia C Novello, and Charles Drew.
Doctor, Surgeon / 1904 - 1950
Charles Drew was an African-American surgeon who pioneered methods of storing blood plasma for transfusion and organized the first large-scale blood bank in the U.S.
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Antonia C Novello
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profile name: Ben Carson profile occupation: Surgeon, Philanthropist, Journalist
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profile name: Charles Drew profile occupation: Doctor, Surgeon
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profile name: Daniel Hale Williams profile occupation: Surgeon
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profile name: Edward Jenner profile occupation: Surgeon
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profile name: Sam Sheppard profile occupation: Doctor, Surgeon
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profile name: Antonia C Novello profile occupation: Surgeon, Political Leader
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