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Second Lives, Second Chances

A Surgeon's Stories of Transformation
Narrated by: Paul Boehmer
Length: 5 hrs and 50 mins
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Through his work in plastic and reconstructive surgery, Dr. Donald Laub changed the lives of thousands of people who had been shunned by society. His influence fostered the development of three key areas in the surgical profession: pioneering and influencing international humanitarian medical missions in the developing world, being at the forefront of gender affirmation surgery for transgender people since 1968, and the education and training of more than 50 plastic and reconstructive surgeons. 

His unstinting efforts to surgically correct cleft palates gave new lives to thousands of children in developing countries. As one of the original surgeons to perform gender affirmation surgery, Laub not only continually improved on his methods, but he also became a tireless advocate for the rights of transgender people. His non-profit foundation has sent thousands of multidisciplinary teams to perform transformative and reconstructive surgery in the developing world. 

Second Lives, Second Chances is a testament to how the determination of one person can bring others together to make a lasting difference in the world.

©2019 Donald R. Laub, MD (P)2019 Tantor

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This is a book about more than surgery. It is an inspirational piece meant to show how our lives can be critical to others. A great read!