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Dr. Qureshi in Chinese Herald

In November 2016, one of Dr. Qureshi's patients provided his story to cchc-herald.org; a Chinese language publication.

Earlier in 2016 Dr. Qureshi had initially seen the patient at CentraState but transferred him to St. Mary's in Langhorne for surgical treatment. The patient had a large meningioma resected.

Due to some remaining coagulopathy and a large tumor resection cavity, the patient developed a small Subdural hematoma for which Dr. Qureshi performed a second surgery to remove the Subdural. The patient's daughter and son-in-law flew from San Francisco for the surgery and the post-operative period, and were extremely appreciative of Dr. Qureshi's skill and compassion. In fact they were so appreciative that they submitted the story for publication and then kindly made us aware of it.

Dr Qureshi in Chinese Christian Herald Crusades

Today the patient is living a normal life. Here's the article copy that his family wanted to share with us.

Click here to download a PDF, or go directly to the CCHC Herald website. The article in Chinese.

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