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John Kral’s gentle peace

Published:September 11, 2019DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.soard.2019.08.026
      Dr. John G. Kral, one of the greatest mentors and surgeons, has passed.
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      • Remembrance of John G. Kral
        Surgery for Obesity and Related DiseasesVol. 15Issue 10
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          It was so upsetting for me to learn of John Kral’s recent passing from acute myeloid leukemia. First and foremost, John was my friend. I respected him as a scientist, physician, and, most importantly, as a fine human being. He was brilliant, loyal, and, most importantly, he was kind.
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