I'm looking for a Dr. willing to perform pro-bono surgery on my self I had the gastric-bypas done 10yrs ago and have lots off lose skin in-between my legs and under my arms could you please help me I have no resources to have the surgery done i'm a single mom of two little girls and would love to get this done I feel very unconfortable with this cituation , please help me or guide me in ther right direccion.
I am repeatedly asked for referrals to physicians who perform "pro bono" procedures. I am unaware of any who voluntarily do this. As I have stated to others asking the same question, even if a surgeon were willing to perform these procedures at no cost, there are still substantial fees for operating room, anesthesia and hospitalization costs that would be needed. The suggestion of seeking a university teaching hospital with a plastic program would likely be you best alternative.
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