Dr. Michael G. Sturgis, a professor of pediatrics at Georgetown University School of Medicine, said he could lose his leg in the next two to three years.
He would likely need surgery to repair it.
Sturdy, who has a family history of cancer, was a resident at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles for more than two decades, graduating from the University of California, San Francisco School of Nursing in 2000.
He was a member of the Pediatric Transplantation Team at Cedar-Sinsan Medical Center and a member in 2000 of the University’s Global Cancer Prevention Program.
He has been a consultant on spinal surgery for more a decade.
He and his wife, Kim, have three children.
“My wife and I have two young boys, ages 11 and 14, who are going to be the biggest impact for me,” he said.
The Sturgises said they are working on a book about their experience, and they have been encouraged by the outpouring of support they have received. “
In my opinion, it is possible to have a normal, healthy lifespan, and I think I would be able to have that.”
The Sturgises said they are working on a book about their experience, and they have been encouraged by the outpouring of support they have received.
“We have been blessed to be in this position to talk to so many people,” Dr. Strictly said.
Sturdises experience is not unusual.
According to a survey conducted by the nonprofit American College of Radiology in the U.S., between 7 and 10 percent of Americans are at risk for spinal fusion surgery, which is a surgical procedure in which the bones are taken out of the spinal cord and inserted in the body.
That number has jumped dramatically over the past decade as more Americans are seeking surgery.
Among the 10 most common surgeries performed in the United States are those that involve removing the spinal column, called transosteotomy, or placing a metal rod through the spinal canal.
The procedure has increased by more than 50 percent over the last decade, and it is estimated that more than 200,000 Americans will get the surgery by 2025, according to the American College’s website.
The Strictlys’ story has received national attention in the past few months, as it has become a topic of conversation in the media.
“I think there’s a lot of people who want to understand what we go through to go through a procedure like this,” said Kim Sturgise, who helped raise money for her husband’s surgery.
“That’s why I think it’s so important to talk about it.”
In his latest book, “A Journey Into Surgery,” Dr Stricts wrote that he was not ready to give up his legs until he could no longer walk and had to undergo surgery.
He said he would not want to go back to the hospital and could not afford to pay for it out of pocket.
“This is the first time in my life I’ve been able to walk again,” he wrote.
“For the first two weeks, I was in bed, paralyzed.
My body just didn’t make sense.”
He said that while he did not want anyone else to go down the same path, “I was going to make sure that nobody else did.”
Dr Sturges told CNN he is a believer in the “tragic tale of Dr. Gacy.”
“This story is tragic, but I think that people are able to understand why it happened.
And it’s tragic because the person who did this has to be held accountable,” he told CNN.
“There is a reason for the pain and the suffering.
The only way to get the pain out of someone’s mind is to take that pain away.”
“I’m going to find the right way to deal with it,” he added.
He added that he has never had a surgery like the one he would have had in the future.
“It’s a scary thought,” he concluded.
The University of Washington Medical Center is not releasing any of the data regarding Strictys surgery.
But it did say that the procedure could potentially be reversed.
Dr Stulges surgery took place at the hospital’s Pediatric Surgery Center, which has undergone numerous renovations over the years, including new operating rooms and equipment.
“These results will help us to determine if the robotic limb could be used in the surgical care of people”
These results will help us to determine if the robotic limb could be used in the surgical care of people