Renaissance Man

Russel, Sarah
December 2010
Plastic Surgery Practice;Dec2010, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p36
The article focuses on plastic surgeon Jeffry B. Schafer from Coronado, California. It mentions that Schafer is considered as the father of modern laser liposuction. It notes that he has received fellowship awards at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington D.C. and King's College of the Univeristy of London in England. He is also active in cultural activities and has been a member of the Partner Against Crime, Mainly Mozart and the San Diego Opera.


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