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FC: Ben Carson By Ben Moser
1: Ben Carson | Ben Moser | May 8 2009
2: "You dummy you don't belong here you negro", said a white kid while Ben was in Elementary School. Ben was born September 18, 1951 in Detroit Michigan. He was the second of two in his family. He has a brother Curtis, a mom Sonya, and a dad Robert Carson who left Ben and his family when he was eight. Ben didn't have a very loving family while he was a kid. Ben's mom would have to constantly leave him.
3: Once Ben was old and out of grade school Ben signed up for the Army Core along with his borther Curtis. Ben won many medals, awards, and the chance to choose his college. It was a hard choice, but he ended up going to Yale. Ben knew what he had to do to impress his professors and friends. Ben was studying to be a neurosurgeon. After four years in college he became a neuosurgeon at John Hopkins Hospital.
4: What an amazing man to come from nothing and become one of the top neuosurgeon in the world today. I believe that Ben Carson is a person that made a huge difference in medicine. | Ben always tried as hard as he could in everything he did. He was a great neurosurgeon and also has one of the most still, gentle, precise hands in the world.
5: Ben was a true neurosurgeon in John Hopkins Hospital eyes. I believe that Ben Carson should be remembered for his hard work and dedication to the medical world.
6: Ben Carson is known for many things, but mostly for his integrity and self confidence. Ben always wanted to help people in need and make a difference. I think he has accomplished this and given back to people in need. Learning more about Ben has made me discover that nothing to big, is to hard to conquer.
7: The true challenge came before he could have thought. He had to separate conjoined twins. It was a 10 hour long surgery, but it was a successful surgery. Ben Carson is important in my life because he was the first African-American to sperate conjoined twins. I can only hope to help people in need like Ben.
8: This is a picture of Ben Carson getting a medal from president Bush. He got the medal for being the first African-American to seperate conjoined twins