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Many children with disabilities in low income countries have preventable or treatable conditions but due to a lack of facilities and trained staff as well as various barriers in society, they may be unable to access the services they require
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Dr. Michael Seward

Ophthalmologist, Papua New Guinea

Dr. Michael Seward ©CBM
Dr. Michael Seward, an American Ophthalmologist, has been working in the Eye Programme of the Provincial Hospital in Goroka since November 2010.

From October 2007 to spring 2010 Dr. Seward worked at Lusaka Eye Hospital in Zambia as one of two Ophthalmologists. In Lusaka Dr. Seward carried out cataract surgeries as well as surgeries on outreach in West and South Zambia. Furthermore, he trained local staff with regard to surgery and eye care.

Dr. Seward studied at the Medical College of Georgia, specialised in Ophthalmology at the University of Kentucky and did a special training in retina surgery at the University of Texas. He has been practising in Michigan for five years, being a specialist for retina, external eye diseases and refractive surgery.

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