This photo by George Stock, taken on Buna Beach, New Guinea was the first photo published in the U.S. showing dead servicemen during World War II. Taken in February 1943, Cal Whipple, LIFE Magazine's Pentagon correspondent, pushed for the photo to be made public. Seven months later, with the agreement of FDR, it was. Cal Whipple died on March 17, 2013 at the age of 94.
Surgical Therapy Pancreaticoduodenectomy, or Whipple procedure, has been recommended for treatment of chronic pancreatitis primarily involving the head of the pancreas. The procedure has a mortality rate of less than 5% and 25–30% morbidity.
Do your eyes burn tear or feel like you have sand in them? You could be suffering from dry eye disease. Millions of people suffer from dry eye disease and are unaware they do. Dr.Whipple specializes in treating dry eye disease. Call today to set up your consult with Dr.Whipple! 585-444-EYES #DryEye #EnvisionROC