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How We Balance Motherhood and Cardiothoracic Surgery

Just ahead of National Women Physicians Day on February 3, STS celebrates two of its member surgeons, Drs. Mara Antonoff and Leah Backhus, and their story of balancing the tough job of being mothers and their "day jobs" as cardiothoracic surgeons. Drs. Antonoff and Backhus believe that "carrying these two titles simultaneously is not only possible, but enormously rewarding."
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