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Charlie Teo

'I would love to be considered mainstream'

Charlie Teo 'I would love to be considered mainstream'
Video: 5 minutes

Renowned Australian neurosurgeon, Professor Charlie Teo AM, discusses the pressures associated with his career.

This video was produced with funds donated by Tim Fairfax AC.

Video transcript

1 . Charles Teo 2012 Adam Chang. © Adam Chang.

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Dr Charles Teo, high-profile neurosurgeon, describes how it felt to sit for the portrait by Adam Chang.

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