Dr Subodh Singh of Varanasi.

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Struggle In Life Inspires Plastic Surgeons To Perform 37k Free Cleft Lip Surgeries

Dr. Subodh Singh, who lives in Varanasi, earned recognition in the world by performing 37,000 free cleft lip/palate surgeries on babies to date. His efforts also brought a smile back in the lives of 25,000 families. Reportedly, Singh's father died when he was just 13. The struggle in life inspired him to serve the poor. ''I think God made me a plastic surgeon...to serve a divine cause,'' said Dr. Singh. 

Sun, 07 Nov 2021 - 07:18 PM / by Brijesh Goswami

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