Going to the doctor is typically a fraught process. There's all the poking and prodding, the having to take off your clothes in front of a person you're pretty sure is being super judgy, and the fact that you might hear news you really don't want to hear.
When you up this to a surgeon visit, things can get outrightly dicey.
An accomplished British surgeon, Dr. Simon Bramhall, 53, admits to branding initials on patients’ livers using an a… https://t.co/WPH9BD1dFo— Meru FM (@Meru FM)1513578024.0
SB WUZ HERE: Surgeon pleads guilty to burning initials into patients’ organs Dr. Simon Bramhall admitted to using a… https://t.co/lkdGgFfXxL— iyouport (@iyouport)1513231022.0
As Tracy Scriven, one of his former patients stated to The Birmingham Mail in 2014, "Even if he did put his initials on a transplanted liver, is it really that bad? I wouldn’t have cared if he did it to me. The man saved my life."