Watch: Oesophageal Atresia – The quest for surgical cure

Retired paediatric surgeon Richard Spicer FRCS recently gave an insightful lecture to the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution in which he discussed the journey towards finding a surgical cure for Oesophageal Atresia.

In his talk, Mr Spicer also highlights some of the historical milestones, recent advancements in treating OA, and the challenges faced in the efforts to improve outcomes. 

Video credit: Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution [YouTube

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