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An ordinary man : an extraordinary life
An ordinary man : an extraordinary life
Linsell, Malcolm2016
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After suffering serious burns to his hands that would later require surgery, Malcolm Linsell set his heart on becoming a plastic surgeon at an early age so that he too could make a difference and inspire others. Raised in a Salvation Army family in a modest environment of love, compassion and trust, in 1993 Malcolm Linsell was introduced to Wesley Koni, a young boy from the highlands of Papua New Guinea. Wesley was brought to Australia for life-saving medical treatment after suffering horrific, disfiguring burns when he fell into a fire.
Main title:
Imprint:
Chatswood, NSW : New Holland Publishers, 2016.
Collation:
242 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some colour), portraits ; 21 cm.
Notes:
"The inspirational memoir of a plastic surgeon making an incredible difference" -- Front cover.
ISBN:
9781742578675
Dewey class:
617.952092617.952
Language:
English
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Brighton LibraryBiography617.952 LINAvailable
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