A neurosurgeon quits brain surgery to do hair transplants
“‘Basically I was working over 100 hours a week just to pay a malpractice premium (of) about $135,000 a year,’ he says.
He was reimbursed between 25 and 40 percent of his surgical fees, and his income had already plummeted 60 percent.
Now, Dr. Ballon says he’s operating on the same place, but he just doesn’t go as deep. And he had the same operation himself.” (via Common Good)