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Old 05-21-2016, 09:35 PM   #21
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Your story is soooo sad...I hope my info can help you! I am from Kitchener, Ontario and looked for a looooooong time for a surgeon that specializes in TOS decompression. There is a new Vascular Surgeon that has come up from the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota and practising in London Ontario at Victoria Hospital. Her name is Dr. Audra Duncan and she was performing 2-3 decompressions per month in the States. Also, because she is new to Canada her waitlist is short! Best of luck to you!

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Old 08-06-2018, 09:22 PM   #22
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Check out Dr. Al-Omran, head of vascular surgery at St. Michael's, who is now doing the surgery there. He did my surgery where he removed my first ribs and scalene muscles.

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Also check out Dr. Mark Leung if you are looking for an initial diagnosis. After many many doctors he finally had the hunch of TOS.

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Hello Abettertomorrow, I am wondering how your surgery went with Dr. Al-Omran and which type of TOS you had. I am hoping you had success and would like to know more about your diagnosis, surgery and how you are feeling post surgery.
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