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War surgeon saved lives under pressure

CBS News Thursday, 13 August 2020
As a trauma surgeon in Iraq and Afghanistan, Former U.S. Navy Capt. Joseph Rappold kept young soldiers alive under dangerous conditions. Now at Temple University School of Medicine, he says, nothing that comes through his operating room door in Philadelphia even "rings a bell" of the injuries he saw in war. "Which is a very good thing." Alexander Trowbridge reports.
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