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From the Editor – in – Chief: Papers from the North Pacific Surgical Association

      In the August Issue of The American Journal of Surgery (AJS) we feature manuscripts from the North Pacific Surgical Association (NPSA). I want to thank Society Editor Laszlo Kiraly for assembling an excellent issue. We are happy to feature the papers from their annual meeting as highlights below as well as other papers outside of their meeting:
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