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S.B. Lee examines patient Randy Carroll, also quadriplegic. "Dr. Lee has given me strength, something to look forward to," says Carroll.

Superman, M.D.
S.B. Lee, a former Olympic hopeful, is quadriplegic. He’s also chief resident in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.

On the night before his life would change forever, S.B. Lee slept fitfully. As he nursed a series of minor injuries from grueling gymnastics training, he resolved to prove to his parents that their move to the United States was not in vain. He relived the magical moment at the Olympic gymnastic trials just days earlier, when he discovered he’d earned a spot on the Korean men’s gymnastics team for the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul.

But the next morning at practice, when the high school senior attempted the somersaulting dismount he’d done hundreds of times before, he fell and landed on his chin.

     
     
 
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Peter Agre departs; EBDI developer chosen; United Way: final results.

 

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Free primary care clinic opens; Bayview nurses aid tsunami victims; Mark McClellan lecture; GED classes under Project REACH; NPR Puzzle winner.

 
     
     
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NEWS REPORTS
Jesse!
Rev. Jackson speaks at this year's Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration.
Patient Safety Hotline: Just Dial and Report
A fresh solution for patient safety concerns.
P.A. Pioneers
A residency program for surgical physician assistants debuts.
Joining Forces with AARP
With the graying workforce, more employees over 60 will be swelling the ranks.

FEATURES
Charting Anesthesiology's New Path
New chairman John Ulatowski is overhauling the Department of ACCM.
A Model of Its Kind
HCGH's Pediatric Emergency Department is setting patient satisfaction records.
When a Kitchen Is Key to Recovery
Meyer 4's redesigned cooking facility helps eating disorder patients warm up to food.
East Baltimore on Foot
First-year med students meet the neighborhood on a walking tour.
Ken Grant: Everyman's VP
A a suit-and-tie official in the working man's domain of General Services.

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Face Lift
The cupolaed top of the dome is undergoing major surgery.

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