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This Music Teacher Played His Saxophone While In Brain Surgery
NPR Health News Article on Dan Fabbio
When music teacher Dan Fabbio played a simple melody on his saxophone as he laid on the operating table after his brain tumor had been removed, music never sounded so sweet.
The Surgeon’s Perspective: A Patient Plays His Saxophone During Brain Surgery
He played his saxophone right after brain surgery to signal success
People Magazine article on Dan Fabbio
Watch the saxophone brain surgery video
NBC Health News article: Musician Plays Sax During Brain Tumor Surgery
Mid-surgery sax solo sounds success for retaining musical ability
New Atlas brain surgery article
SMD Student David Paul (M.D. ’16) Wins National Cadbury Award for Academic and Volunteer Achievements.
Pilot research offers new insights about how the brain fixes itself
New imaging technique helps predict how vision recovers after brain tumor removal.
Understanding recovery process could have implications for many different injuries of the central nervous system
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Images show how brain heals itself after tumor »
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