Tim Stelloh19h ago / 10:02 PM UTCRenowned surgeon who separated twins joined at the skull dies of coronavirusA prominent New York neurosurgeon who developed a procedure for separating twins conjoined at the skull died Monday from complications of COVID-19, the disease associated with coronavirus, officials said.Dr. James Goodrich was the director of pediatric neurosurgery at Montefiore Mecial Center, in the Bronx, and a professor of clinical neurosurgery at Albert Einstein College of Medicine.He gained fame in 2016 after leading a team of dozens of doctors in a 27-hour procedure that separated 13-month-old twins, Jadon and Anias McDonald, whose skulls and brains were fused.“Jim was in many ways the heart and soul of our department — a master surgeon, a world-class educator, and a beloved colleague,” said Emad Eskandar, a professor of neurosurgery at Albert Einstein, in a statement. “His sudden loss is heart- breaking.”Erika Edwards20h ago / 9:52 PM UTCCoronavirus comes for Detroit: Why certain Michigan residents are at higher riskHealthcare workers screen a person seeking a coronavirus test at a COVID-19 drive-through testing site at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Mich., on March 19, 2020.Paul Sancya / APShomari Stone watched as, one by one, five of his family members

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