The Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

In 1972 Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Pierre Dominique Gaisseau made a film on the hospital Tom Miller established there with plastic surgeon Arthur Barsky.  The hospital treated thousands of war-injured children, including Kim Phuoc, the little girl whose image running naked from her napalmed village shocked the world, and, with the help of Japan and Australia, continues to this day.  The film was shown nationally in Canada (CBC) and in the United States (NBC and PBS).  It can be viewed online at: