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Hector C. Ramos, MD

Hector C. Ramos, MD

Hector C. Ramos, MD is a hepatobiliary surgeon, practicing in Los Angeles and associate professor of clinical surgery at the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine. He is trained in transplant and hepatobiliary surgery and board certified in surgery and surgical critical care. His interests include bioethics, particularly the physician-patient relationship. E-mail him here.

 

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