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September 03rd 2013:On the Other Side of the Knife: Inside a Plastic Surgeon and More

We all need to face the question: How do we treat our bodies? Do we honor and nurture them? Or do we exploit and hurt them? And why? On this show, we’ll be cutting through some big topics: Is plastic surgery an act of self-love or an endless quest for something unachievable or even self-destructive? Have we driven our bodies in other ways to prove something about ourselves? On this edition of InsideOut, we’ll be interviewing Dr. Carol Hollan, an award-winning plastic surgeon with 30 years experience. She’ll be sharing what it’s like to be on the other side of the knife. What motivated her to b

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Bob Hettiger

Born in the South Side of Chicago, Bob served in the Army for two years during the Vietnam era, before getting into a car accident at home. He required two years of rehab in the VA Hospital but was left a paraplegic. Afterwards, he attended Southern Illinois University in a wheelchair until he developed pressure sores which required eight more years of surgeries and healing. He moved to San Diego and worked for twenty years for the Department of Defense as a programmer. He fell in love with sailing and co-founded Challenged America, a program giving the disabled community exposure to sailing. He sailed in many races including a race to Hawaii with an all-disabled crew. Bob has worked on m
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Carol Hollan, MD

Born in Alabama, Carol decided to be a plastic surgeon when she was six years old after a casual conversation with a World War II nurse. After medical school, she practiced family medicine for four years before beginning six years of surgical training at UC San Diego. During her thirty years as a plastic surgeon, she has loved hand and reconstructive as well as cosmetic surgery. For many years, she has participated in a surgical field program in Mexico to correct childhood deformities. While there was physical transformation in her cosmetic patients, there was not necessarily life transformation – healed broken hearts, improved marriages, heightened self esteem. In 2001, in a search for
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