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Graduated in 1973
Graduated in 1967
Graduated in 1969
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For 30 years, I worked on Indian reservations, where the incidence of diabetes is the highest in the world. It was on these reservations that I developed a special intest in diabetic eye problems. I also had exposure to all kinds of unusual ocular pathology and unique culture within our country. Even after practicing for such a long time, I still get great satification out of helping a patient see better or treating eye disease to the point of resolution.