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Nonprofit Founded by CU Faculty Member Helps People Around the World With Foot and Ankle Deformities 

Mark Myerson, MD, was ready to get out of his comfort zone. 

Myerson had built a successful foot and ankle surgery clinic on the East Coast, and he enjoyed his relationships with his patients, but it had all come to feel a little routine. The times he felt most inspired as a surgeon were when he traveled to other countries as part of humanitarian medical missions, providing treatments to patients with severe foot and ankle deformities who didn’t have the same immediate access to care as the patients Myerson saw in the U.S.

Author Greg Glasgow | Publish Date April 21, 2023
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