Donald W. Miller, Jr., MD
For 40 years, from 1974-2014, I taught and performed cardiac surgery at Seattle’s Swedish Medical Center, the Seattle VA Medical Center, and the University of Washington Medical Center. Now retired, as a Professor Emeritus of Surgery and former Chief, Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery at the University of Washington School of Medicine, I continue to research and write articles on fallacies that afflict modern medicine and the importance of natural and nutritional medicine for maintaining good health.
I also research and write articles on a variety of other subjects such as the Civil War; the JFK assassination; the Beat generation; climate change; water fluoridation; politics, and the U.S. economy; and Austrian economics. I have written three books: The Practice of Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery, Atlas of Cardiac Surgery, and Heart in Hand, which is available free on this site. In Heart in Hand I deal with the philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer, the films of Woody Allen, and my life as a heart surgeon.
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Presented at the 36th Annual Meeting of Doctors for Disaster Preparedness in Last Vegas, Nevada.
This site is dedicated to my patient George Crosby. This photography shows George at age 101 working in his garden 6 months after undergoing open heart surgery. To read more about this remarkable person see my book Heart in Hand.