Paul Lynch

Co-author of video game-surgery study

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Co-author of "The Impact of Video Games on Training Surgeons in the 21st Century," a study published Monday in American Medical Association's Archives of Surgery, and interventional-pain physician at Texas Tech International Pain Institute in Lubbock

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No less an authority than the American Medical Association's Archives of Surgery has published  a study  called "The Impact of Video Games on Training Surgeons in the 21st Century." …

Study Finds Video Gaming Improves Surgical Skills

No less an authority than the American Medical Association's Archives of Surgery has published a study called "The Impact of Video Games on Training Surgeons in the 21st Century." …

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