Experimental Surgery at the Mayo Clinic

After I was wounded the prognosis seemed bleak.  Many people told me that my injuries were permanent and there was nothing that could be done, that is until the Mayo Clinic took on my case.  Dr. Spinner of the Mayo Clinic performed an experimental surgery that gave me my life back.  The following link details my incredible experience at the Mayo Clinic.




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After graduating from Union College (BA), Kevin R. Flike served as a Special Forces Engineer assigned to the 1st Special Forces Group and deployed to the Philippines, Thailand and twice to Afghanistan. On September 25, 2011 during his second deployment to Afghanistan, he was shot in the lower abdomen and was medically retired due to his injuries. In the spring of 2016, Kevin completed dual masters degrees from the MIT Sloan School of Management (MBA) and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government (MPA). Kevin is currently employed within the financial industry in Boston, MA.

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