Dr. Brian Stork says he made the opening remarks at the recent Michigan Urology Surgical Collaborative (M.U.S.I.C.) quarterly meeting in Grand Rapids.
“The purpose of the collaborative, for those who are not familiar, is to create a community where urologists, from across the state, can work together to make Michigan ‘the best place in the world for men to receive prostate cancer care,’” he wrote.
Stork also noted that he is a beekeeper in his spare time. That led him to Patricia’s Chocolates in Grand Haven to create a honey-infused chocolate to help raise money for Step Up, a non-profit organization in Muskegon.
“What’s the take-home message?” Stork asks. “What I have learned over the years is — be it in the clinic, operating room, kitchen or bee yard — working together is just plain fun. Collaboration allows us to continuously cross-pollinate and create something truly special and sweet, for our respective communities, and for our individual patients.”
Read the complete post: “Collaboration is Sweet: MUSIC in West Michigan.”
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