Rene Favaloro, Leading Surgeon, is honored in today's Google Doodle
Dr. Favaloro has many honors. But he did not take too much for his achievement, telling anyone who asked that he had just done the work of others before him and had not acted alone. “I don't speak on the form, I, '' Favaloro was interviewed in 1992. “Working in the Cleveland Clinic, we were a team.”
Dr. didn't. Favaloro is still paying off. Four years after the operation, he returned to Argentina.
Rene Geronimo Favaloro was born on July 14, 1923, son of Juan B. Favaloro and Ida Y. Raffaelli. The only member of the family was to have university education, according to The Times of London, than his uncle, and Rene was encouraged to follow his path.
After graduating from a medical school, he agreed to fill a few months for a sick country surgeon in Jacinto Arauz, a poor village 300 miles west of the capital. Twelve years passed before he went to Cleveland Clinic where he was apprenticed, notwithstanding a lack of credentials. Delos M. Cosgrove, co-chair of the heart center at the clinic.
He has never lost his rural practice lessons. He once said to the San Diego Union Tribune that he thought every doctor in Latin America should work among the poor.
“They could see the dirt and fumes,” he said. “The people in which they live have only one room where they live, they love, where they have their children, where they eat.”
When Dr. returned. Favaloro back to Argentina, he worked to raise money for a heart clinic $ 55 million. After his completion in the early 90's, he spent thousands of patients, often without charge, and trained hundreds of surgeons.