Medical Reviewer
Chris Kyle, M.D.
Chris Kyle, M.D.

Chris Kyle has an M.D. and MPH (master of public health) from Louisiana State University. He completed a residency at the University of Miami and a fellowship at the Australian Institute for Robotic Surgery. What may be  most important to him is his rich history of volunteer work, showing that, for him, it’s all about the quality of life for his patients.

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