SINCE MY retirement from the departmental chairmanship in 1991 Mand because of the kindness of our current chairman—I have had a stress free wonderful time. Dr Tom Gadacz, chair, Department of Surgery, Medical College of Georgia, in Augusta, asked me to help with some of the administrative duties, to participate with colleagues in research projects, and to teach third-year medical students assigned to the General Surgery service. Relating to these intelligent, eager, young people has been stimulating, challenging, and an absolute pleasure —teaching is fun!!!— A "blast."
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