During a trip to Paducah Tuesday, Sen. Rand Paul traded his political hat for scrubs and a surgical mask and teamed with two local doctors to perform free eye surgeries.
“One thing I’ve missed since I’ve been elected is getting to practice as much as I’d like to,” Paul said.
Paul joined Dr. Barbara Bowers, a Paducah ophthalmologist, and Dr. Laxmaiah Manchikanti, CEO and founder of the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, Tuesday for four pro bono cataract cases. - The Paducah Sun
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