Professor Charlie Teo is an internationally renowned
neurosurgeon and a pioneer in keyhole minimally invasive surgical
techniques for brain cancer treatment. Teo has received much media
a miracle worker, but some fellow neurosurgeons have criticised him
as being too radical, offering "false hope" to patients who are
believed to have an incurable brain cancer or a tumour that is
dangerously located. He argues that delaying the death of
patients with an incurable brain cancer is worthwhile despite being
informed the surgery itself carries considerable risk.
has often been voted the most trusted man in Australia by the
Australian public. He is simply an amazing human, and this
interview will show you why. So insightful.