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William Wayne Montgomery

William Wayne Montgomery
William Wayne Montgomery, M.D. is John W. Merriam Professor of Otology and Laryngology at Harvard Medical School. Born and raised in the Green Mountains of rural Vermont, Dr. Montgomery is a graduate of Middlebury College and the University of Vermont. A Marine Corps combat surgeon during the Korean War, he was awarded the Purple Heart, Bronze Star with combat “V” and the commendation medal with combat “V” (valor), among others. He has been a member of the Harvard Medical School faculty since 1957. Internationally known for his clinical research, Dr. Montgomery has invented six surgical devices, developed many major surgical techniques and personally trained hundreds of otolaryngologists and influenced thousands of others through his extensive writings. He also has written a number of textbooks.

Mustache that Walks like a Man, The
William Wayne Montgomery
The Mustache That Walks Like A Man...is a non-fiction, first person memoir that, as he puts it, "relates some of the thoughts, feelings, and experiences of a man, who as a young boy grew up in rural Vermont. A boy who became a country doctor, then a combat surgeon." The book carries the reader through the rice paddies and hillsides of Korea, when sometimes the only relief from the searing heat or bone-chilling cold were the stories he'd tell his corpsmen about growing up and practicing medicine in the Green Mountain state.
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