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Roy G. Geronemus, M.D., was performing surgical procedures in his New York City dermatology office about three or four miles from the World Trade Center when the terrorist attacks of 9/11 occurred.
“We had … panic among the patients — particularly those who had family and friends” in the area, he says. “I remember doing Mohs surgery on a patient whose child was in a school next door to the World Trade Center. There he was with a large wound and, essentially, out of contact with his child.”