'Superwoman' surgeon thanked for eight-mile snow trek

A surgeon who trekked through the snow for almost three hours to operate on a cancer patient has been called a "superwoman" by the man she treated.
Consultant surgeon Lindsey Chisholm walked eight miles from her home in the west of Glasgow to the hospital in Paisley despite a red alert for snow.
Miss Chisholm told BBC Scotland she "didn't think it was a big deal".
But patient Iain McAndrew said it was "truly amazing" that she had gone to such lengths to get to the hospital.
Heavy snow and freezing temperatures brought much of Scotland to a standstill last... read more

 
9 March 2018 in Regional, Views: 34
Source: BBC
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