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Sudanese vascular association readies for first-ever conference

The Sudanese Association of Vascular Surgeons (SudAVaS) has announced the scientific program behind its first-ever international conference, marking the occasion by celebrating the “first...

From the Editor

Envision, private equity and patient care: Substituted values 2.0

He was only 41, already burdened with multiple health problems. Diabetes, hypertension and renal failure had put him on dialysis, caused the amputation of...

Vascular surgeons: The ‘oncologists’ of the surgical arena

Like any good presentation I feel obligated to start with my disclosures: 1) I am married to a woman who decided to pursue a...

SVS news

Get FIT: Applications for VQI Fellowship in Training program open

The Fellowship in Training (FIT) from the Society for Vascular Surgery’s Vascular Quality Initiative (SVS VQI) introduces residents and fellows in vascular-focused programs to the...

The year in review: 2022 was an amazing 12 months for...

Despite any number of challenges, the Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) had a hugely successful 2022 and looks forward to a bright 2023.  Executive Director...

Commentary

Recently, after completing a difficult open aortic operation with my attending, a bright M3 asked me, “Why vascular surgery?” The question didn’t catch me off guard, as I always have a ready answer, and we had just finished a...

VAM news

Tickets—both individual and for tables—are selling faster than a Gin Rickey during Prohibition for the Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) Foundation’s “Great Gatsby Gala,” to be held at the 2023 Vascular Annual Meeting (VAM). From Feb. 3 to 18, individual...

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