From Darkness to Sight
Bridges with Dr. Ming Wang
In 1982, a young Chinese man arrived in America with fifty dollars in his pocket, a Chinese-English dictionary, and the clothes on his back. Today, that man is Dr. Ming Wang, a world-renowned laser eye surgeon dedicated to restoring and repairing the vision of patients the world over. On today's episode, Monica interviews Dr. Wang about his memoir, "From Darkness to Sight."
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