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From the editor – in – chief: Papers from the Society of Black Academic Surgeons

      In the October Issue of The American Journal of Surgery (AJS) we feature manuscripts from the Society of Black Academic Surgeons (SBAS). I want to thank Society and Associate Editor Erika Newman for assembling an outstanding 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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        • Hayes A.
        SBAS Presidential Address.
        Am J Surg. 2022; 224: 1024-1026
        • Kearse L.E.
        • Witt A.K.
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        Diversity, equity, and inclusion in presidential leadership of academic medical and surgical societies.
        Am J Surg. 2022; 224: 1028-1031
        • Collins C.
        • Campbell A.
        Challenges in changing the face of medicine: commentary on Diversity, equity, and inclusion in presidential leadership of academic medical and surgical societies.
        Am J Surg. 2022; 224 (1027-1027)
        • Mounsey M.
        • Gillis A.
        • Ata A.
        • Stain S.
        • Tafen M.
        Dependent status is a risk factor for complications after thyroidectomy.
        Am J Surg. 2022; 224: 1034-1037
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        Beyond the standard preoperative evaluation: the impact of functional dependency on complications after thyroidectomy.
        Am J Surg. 2022; 224: 1032-1033
        • Fasano G.A.
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        Impact of the COVID-19 breast cancer screening hiatus on clinical stage and racial disparities in New York city.
        Am J Surg. 2022; 224: 1040-1046
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        Redressing breast cancer screening disparities during the COVID-19 pandemic: turning crisis into opportunity.
        Am J Surg. 2022; 224: 1038-1039
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        Partial COVID-19 vaccination associated with reduction in postoperative mortality and SARS-CoV-2 infection.
        Am J Surg. 2022; 224: 1098-1103
        • Cochrun S.L.
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        Surgery during the COVID-19 pandemic: don’t wait to vaccinate.
        Am J Surg. 2022; 224: 1096-1097
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        Left digit bias in selection and acceptance of deceased donor organs.
        Am J Surg. 2022; 224: 1105-1109
        • Forbes R.C.
        • et al.
        Left digit bias in donor organ acceptance: how can we make it right?.
        Am J Surg. 2022; 224 (1104-1104)
        • Poirrier A.
        • et al.
        Weight and cost of unused operating room supplies.
        Am J Surg. 2022; 224: 1175-1176
        • Hsiao V.
        • et al.
        Discovering Domains important to health-related quality of Life in differentiated thyroid cancer using regularized regression.
        Am J Surg. 2022; 224: 1177-1179
        • Sumra
        • et al.
        Minimizing implicit bias in search committees.
        Am J Surg. 2022; 224: 1180-1182
        • Vitous
        • et al.
        Expectations and experiences following bariatric surgery: Perceptions of female patients across Michigan.
        Am J Surg. 2022; 224: 1183-1185
        • Tian
        • et al.
        Letter to editor in response to article entitled Earlier liposomal bupivacaine blocks improve analgesia and decrease opioid requirements for bariatric surgery patients.
        Am J Surg. 2022; 224: 1186-1187