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No Spin Live Episode 96 – Dealing with the COVID-19 Quarantine as Plastic Surgeons

No Spin Live Episode 96 – Dealing with the COVID-19 Quarantine as Plastic Surgeons


On No Spin Live Episode 96, board certified plastic surgeons Dr. Gaurav Bharti and Dr. Bill Kortesis of Charlotte, North Carolina, Dr. Adam Hamawy of Princeton, New Jersey, and Dr. Jason Pozner of Boca Raton, Florida discuss what they’ve been doing during the COVID-19 pandemic while they are disallowed from operating.

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