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Sewing Arteries in the Snows of Korea: a History

A project in New Haven, CT by Justin Barr
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The Korean War revolutionized vascular surgery. Through interviews and archival research, I shall show how.
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Funded: $1,630 of $600
Dates: Dec 1st -> Jan 5th (35 days)
Project By: Justin Barr
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December 24th - via: kickstarter.com
Dear Supporters, The peer-reviewed medical journal Military Medicine (which is also the official organ of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States) graciously agreed to publish in the December issue of their journal a description of... (Read More)

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Dear Backers: Thank you all very much for your support of my project!  Due to your generosity, we have reached and now exceeded the initial goal of $600 in just over 1 week, which is absolutely terrific!  Of course, the more money raised, the more... (Read More)

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