- Dr Theodore Nyame, a Ghanaian-born doctor has become a renowned surgeon in the medical industry in the U.S.
- Born in Ghana, Dr Theodore Nyame and his brother were moved to the US when he was only eight years old to pursue 'the American dream'
- Today, he has become a top surgeon in the United States of America with his brother Dr V Kwasi Nyame, a practising neurosurgeon
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Ghanaian-born plastic surgeon, Dr Theodore Nyame, has become a force to reckon within the medical industry of the United States of America.
The now renowned medical officer has risen to high heights after enrolling at Cornell University to get a bachelor's degree in Chemistry & subsequently moving to Harvard University become a board-certified plastic surgeon.
From Harvard Medical School, Nyame became one of three selected out of hundreds of applicants to train in plastic surgery at the Harvard Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Program.
In 2015, he was selected as a member of the team to perform a full face transplant surgery in the United States, a groundbreaking procedure in the industry.
Born in Ghana, Dr Theodore Nyame and his brother were moved to the US when he was only eight years old to pursue 'the American dream'.
Today, he has become a top surgeon in the United States of America with his brother Dr V Kwasi Nyame, a practising neurosurgeon.
Meanwhile, Obeng Godfred Aseda, an intelligent senior high school graduate from Hope College has joined a trend of smart brains being celebrated on social media over their performance in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
Godfred's sister, Maame Awo Nyarkoa, who narrated the story to YEN.com.gh indicated that she was extremely proud of her brother's performance after he worked so hard.
Obeng Godfred Aseda, from the small town Gomoa Tetteh, studied the General Science programme in his senior high school and graduated with straight eight As.
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