Wednesday, July 02, 2008
The Miracle Hands
Alfredo Quinonez Hinojosa a Mexican Immigrant from Picking cotton, tomatoes and cantaloupes to become a major brain Surgeon.
It may sound like a movie script, but it is no fiction.
Twenty years ago, he hopped a border fence from Mexico into the United States and became a migrant farmworker.
Today, he is a neurosurgeon and professor at Johns Hopkins University, and a researcher who is looking for a breakthrough in the treatment of brain cancer.