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Surgery is diverse

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Not everybody can work as a surgeon. A significant problem-solving capacity, resistance, in addition to great commitment, are required. This profession demands sacrifices from all its professionals, and special mention should be made to woman surgeons, as it has always been even more challenging for them.

The female surgeon perspective: Dr. Andrea María Andreacchio

Surgeon at Hospital General de Agudos Parmenio Piñero, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Prof. Lydia Cairncross

Surgeon at Groote Schuur Hospital, Cape Town, South Africa

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[2] Bourjeily, Ghada, and Sangeeta Mehta. “Gender diversity in Obstetric Medicine.” Obstetric medicine vol. 12,2 (2019): 55-56. doi:10.1177/1753495X19851711

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