Baltimore Sun photo by Kenneth K. Lam
March 30, 2012
Johns Hopkins Medicine surgeon Dr. John Cameron, right, performs his 2000th Whipple surgery, a life-saving treatment for pancreatic cancer, today. Along the way Cameron has improved the procedure and reduced the death rate during surgery from 25 percent to about 1 percent.
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