Each night before he went to sleep in his cot in Afghanistan, Asheville resident Dustin Degman set out three sets of clothing: one for surgery, another for a normal day on the base and a third for incoming mortar fire. Degman, who works as a certified nurse anesthetist at Asheville Anesthesia Associates, returned from his tour of duty on Feb. 14. He sat down with Xpress to talk about those differences and share his experiences about what it was like providing care abroad during a time of war.
The N.C. Medical Board has suspended the medical license of a controversial Henderson County neurosurgeon known for treating neurological conditions found in patients diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia with surgery to shave off bits of skull or spinal cord.
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