LISTEN: When it comes to pediatric surgery, there are more in-state options than you think

(Tom Watanabe/U.S. Navy)

Finding out your child needs surgery can cause stress and anxiety. What if your child is born with an abnormality that requires surgery? What happens when a child gets cancer? How do you know what can be treated in Alaska and what needs to go out-of-state? Join host Dr Justin Clark for Line One for a discussion on the many aspects of pediatric surgery.

HOST: Dr. Justin Clark
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LIVE BROADCAST: Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. AKDT
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