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Romain Pizzi: What Surgeons Can Learn From the World of Extreme Vetting

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Published on Apr 4, 2018

Romain Pizzi operates on animals. The extreme surgeon has completed the world's first brain surgery on a bear, matched the stripes on zebras, and uses a surgical robot to help him during procedures. He explains to WIRED Health 2018 what surgeons who operate on humans can learn from animal procedures.

Read his full story here: http://wired.uk/ZqsizC

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