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October 2009

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Best Face Forward: Part I

Every day, San Diego’s humanitarian physicians embody the transformative power of medicine—the power to heal both body and soul. From performing reconstructive surgery on disfigured children here and abroad to rehabilitating an injured Marine, the doctors profiled here selflessly volunteer their time and expertise to restore once-broken lives. And they say the reward is all theirs.

Best Face Forward: Part II

Drs. Wendell Smoot and Steven Cohen rebuild futures for underprivileged kids with physical deformities

Star Witness To A San Diego Century Ellen Revelle

Remembered for her roles as professor’s wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, First Lady of Scripps Institution, gadfly, editor, philanthropist and friend (1910-2009)

Top Doctors 2009 - The List

The Doctors are in. Presenting our annual list of the region's outstanding physicians (as voted by their peers), in partnership with the San Diego County Medical Society.
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Battle of the Chefs

The Fifth Annual Chef Showdown was held at NTC Promenade in Point Loma. San Diego's culinary giants battled centerstage before a hungry crowd that enjoyed food prepared by local area restaurants. Showdown proceeds will be used to increase domestic violence awareness.

Child's Play

Patrons of the New Children’s Museum Superheroes Ball dressed as their favorite comic-book hero and raised money for the museum’s fall installation, “Animal Art,” and other programs.

Flexing His Mussels

Cucina Urbana

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