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  • Dr. David Schoetz Presidential Address 2004

    Dr. David Schoetz Presidential Address 2004

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    2004 Despite specialty's impressive accomplishments, there continue to be challenges to our continued success. Many of these revolve around educational issues and Dr. Schoetz focuses on those that ...

  • Dr. Richard Billingham Presidential Address 2003

    Dr. Richard Billingham Presidential Address 2003

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    2003 In this talk, Dr. Billingham sums up the past, present and future: Seredipity, Humility, and Dumbo's Feather. Serendipity, Humility, and ...

  • Dr. Robert Fry Presidential Address 2002

    Dr. Robert Fry Presidential Address 2002

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    2002 A Picture from Philadelphia Dr. Fry uses the Thomas Eakins' painting, The Gross Clinic, as a reference. He urges us to remember who we were, to recognize who we are, and to take the necessary steps to ...

  • Dr. John MacKeigan Presidential Address 2001

    Dr. John MacKeigan Presidential Address 2001

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    2001 Dr. MacKeigan speaks about longitude-- finding longitude and the strategic plan of the society, which includes six main goals: Meet the educational needs of the membership, develop the infrastructure ...

  • Dr. Randolph Bailey Presidential Address 2000

    Dr. Randolph Bailey Presidential Address 2000

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    2000 Dr. Bailey's talk is about a lifetime learning and how the need for lifelong learning is particularly evident in medicine. A lifetime of learning ...

  • Dr. Lee Smith Presidential Address 1999

    Dr. Lee Smith Presidential Address 1999

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    A Bold Message for the Next Millennium. Dr. Smith points out where The American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons has been in the 20th century, where we are regarding colorectal cancer screening at the end of ...

  • Dr. Ira Kodner Presidential Address 1998

    Dr. Ira Kodner Presidential Address 1998

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    Who Nurtured Cock Robin? Dr. Kodner speaks about the importance of focusing on the advancement of the individual academic career. Surgeons must have the courage to make the difficult, ethical decision that will ...

  • Dr. David Rothenberger Presidential Address 1997

    Dr. David Rothenberger Presidential Address 1997

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    Do more, do it better, do it with less, and do it for less. Is this Mission Impossible?  How should we respond to this new mission?  Dr. Rothenberger talks about the stressful changes we all have ...

  • Dr. Victor Fazio Presidential Address 1996

    Dr. Victor Fazio Presidential Address 1996

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    Stay the Course.  As physicians and surgical specialists, there are many factors affecting us today as we approach the new millennium, says Dr. Fazio. One of the thing he speaks about is Health Care Reform. ...

  • Dr. Philip Gordon Presidential Address 1995

    Dr. Philip Gordon Presidential Address 1995

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    Dr. Gordon is presenting A View from the Bridge---because at the conclusion of his mandate, as President of our Society, he stands at the span between the past and the future of our professional experience. ...

  • Dr. Samuel Labow Presidential Address 1994

    Dr. Samuel Labow Presidential Address 1994

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    It was the Best of Times, it was the Worst of Times  President Labow gives a pep talk. The reality is that we probably will have little influence on the worst-of-times list. What we can accomplish on the best ...

  • Dr. Patrick Mazier Presidential Address 1993

    Dr. Patrick Mazier Presidential Address 1993

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    Together We Will Do It   Dr. Mazier encourages everyone to make a strong personal commitment and to be proactive as well as reactive. It's important to have courage and have a plan. dr._patrick_mazier ...

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