How a young plastic surgeon became a facial transplant pioneer

10/7/2011 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Frustrated by an inability to fully reconstruct the face of a Vietnam veteran who fell onto an electrified subway rail, plastic surgeon Bohdan Pomahac campaigned for more than two years to assemble a team and get the funding to perform a face transplant. "This guy really moved a conservative medical institution to do something that was very brave," said Kate Walsh chief executive of Boston Medical Center.

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