Surgery priorities for peritonectomies

Dr Kevin Orr, I too am extremely confused why peritoneotomies could not be continued at St George Hospital, by Professor Morris and his team, or why surgery for other complicated cancers can, most at short notice. If it could be done until recently, why not the future?

Do surgical procedures change radically and overnight, and why is life-saving collective wisdom and skill easily dismissed?

Administration can be a blunt and contentious instrument.

Even more confusing economically, supporting an existing team is infinitely better than pulling up stumps and starting with less experience from scratch elsewhere.

Loss of faith is a serious indictment, both of the surgical team and the hospital.

R. Piech, Sans Souci

See related story: http://www.theleader.com.au/story/1918505/no-increase-in-peritonectomy-surgeries-at-st-george-hospital-official/?cs=1507

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