Life can be difficult but hard work and perseverance always pays off.

• Spending two years as a child in refugee camp in India.

• Living hand to mouth in Pakistan during my teen years.

• Admission in medical school thanks to Government scholarships

• Arriving in England for training in surgery in my twenties

• Becoming Fellow of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of England and Edinburgh.

• Coming to America in 1995 for further higher education.

• Completing rigorous residency and fellowship training in Surgery in New York.

• Editing a textbook on surgery, 5 book chapters and 22 research papers.

• Serving the underprivileged in rural New Mexico.

• Settling into private practice of Colon & Rectal Surgery in Houston.

• Nearly thirty thousand surgical procedures, many more lives touched.

It took many years but God is Gracious!

GRATITUDE!

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