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William Chapman, MDWilliam Chapman, MD

William Chapman, MD, is the chief of the section of transplant surgery, chief of division of general surgery and the Eugene M. Bricker professor of Surgery at Washington University School of Medicine.

His areas of specialty include liver transplantation, liver surgery, transplantation surgery, hepatobiliary surgery, pediatric liver transplantation and liver diseases.

For Dr. Chapman, the most rewarding aspect of his practice happens  when his patient's health is completely restored after a liver transplant -- and that patient is able to return to normal daily activities. 


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Two young moms holding babiesNew Mother, New Baby, New Sadness -- Who Knew?

What is the most common complication of pregnancy? If you guessed gestational diabetes or hypertension, you would be wrong. The correct answer is perinatal (postpartum) depression. New moms can go through a range of emotions, from joyful to feeling completely overwhelmed.


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