A surgeon, an educator and a physician entrepreneur, James Wall, MD, has already accomplished more than most in his budding career. Recently named co-director of Stanford Biodesign’s Innovation Fellowship, he is an assistant professor of surgery at Stanford University where he focuses on minimally invasive approaches to children’s surgery. He has developed multiple medical devices,
From damp armpits to clammy palms, nearly one in 20 people in the U.S. suffers from hyperhidrosis. Also known as excessive sweating, this condition can significantly impair quality of life, confidence and emotional well-being as it limits activities, work and social relationships.