There is an old saying in surgery, “you never regret the patients on whom you did not operate.” The key is finding out who is a good candidate and who is not. For most surgeons, this is a many years process that starts as a medical student and continues through internship, residency, fellowship, and into practice.

Haute Beauty chats with Dr. P. Daniel Ward to discuss the reasons why he would not operate on a patient. 

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