By Priscella Vega, Daily Pilot
August 30, 2019
There’s a lot Dr. Larry Nichter has learned after two decades of traveling to developing countries to perform reconstructive plastic surgeries and train local medical teams. But if there’s one main takeaway, it’s that helping others is an obligation, he said.
Though he recently returned home from his 100th medical trip, during which he and other volunteers helped nearly 50 patients in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, the Huntington Beach resident isn’t slowing down.
In fact, he boarded a plane Friday to help people in Argentina through his nonprofit, Plasticos. Trips to Cuba and Bolivia are planned for later this year.
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