William Mcewen

Sir William Macewen, CB, FRS, (/məˈkjuːɨn/) (22 June 1848 – 22 March 1924) was a Scottish surgeon. He was a pioneer in modern brain surgery and contributed to the development of bone graft surgery, the surgical treatment of hernia and of pneumonectomy (removal of the lungs).
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    … what information about your brand you want to leave your audience with. It's what feeling you want to leave them with. As William McEwen in the Gallup Management Journal notes, "Emotional connections are not merely warm and fuzzy, nor are they simply interesting to contemplate and debate. They have powerful financial consequences, ranging from…

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