Advance Praise for "A Fullness of Uncertain Significance" - Julie Freischlag, MD, FACS
Dr. Campbell’s reflections will resonate with those who treat cancer patients as well as those who have had cancer themselves. Medical students and residents will also be inspired by his life’s journey as a surgeon and teacher, aspiring to their own joyful and meaningful lives in medicine.
—Julie Ann Freischlag, MD, FACS, FRCSEd(Hon), DFSVS, CEO Wake Forest Baptist Health, CAO Atrium Health, Dean of the Wake Forest School of Medicine, and 2021-2022 President of the American College of Surgeons.
From Dr. Campbell:
Dr. Freischlag is the real deal! Despite her meteoric rise through the ranks of academic medicine, she remains a warm, down-to-earth, and generous servant leader. She focuses on the wellness of her teams. She has a laser focus on diversity, inclusion, and equity. Even while serving as chief of vascular surgery at UCLA, surgeon-in-chief at Johns Hopkins, dean and vice provost at UC Davis and, finally, CEO of Wake Forest Baptist Health, she has continued to cherish opportunities to mentor others. She has a long list of being "the first person to...", many of which are documented in her own Wikipedia page. She is one-of-a-kind.
Julie and I were medical school classmates and we have been friends ever since. I was honored that she was able to find a few moments in her overwhelmingly busy schedule to read my book.
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