By Sarah Binder The story of Staar is that the surgeon who performed my first surgery in 2011 is a pioneer.

He has spent his entire career doing the surgical work, and is credited with saving hundreds of lives.

But when he took over the operation, the risks of the procedure had just been raised from zero to potentially life-threatening levels.

“There were some new risks we were trying to do,” he says.

In an interview with The Washington Post, he explained how Staars pioneering surgical work led to the current level of risk.

In 2013, the U.S. Surgeon General declared the risks from anesthesia to be “unacceptable.”

“We’re at a point now where it’s really important that we have a better understanding of what the risks are, because it’s a lot of work to do and it’s difficult to do without the proper safety measures,” Staarl says.

“If we can get better at it, then it’s going to be a lot easier.”

In 2014, Staarr published a paper called “Surgical Safety,” which found that there are still more than 200,000 procedures that require anesthesia.

This includes the surgical instruments, the surgeons and the anesthesia.

Staare says this information is not being shared, but rather he believes the medical community needs to be more aware of how surgery is performed.

“This is not about the surgeon,” he said.

“It’s about the patients.

This is about them.”

The surgeon is the one who has to be ready for the day.

He says he doesn’t want to lose sleep worrying about what to do next.

“I can’t imagine having any other job in the world, so I can’t think about that,” he told The Washington Times.

“When I do my job I have to be thinking, ‘This is going to happen to me.’

If it doesn’t, I’m going to feel really sad.”

Staarn’s team is still looking at the risks and the risks may be higher than we know.

“You can’t put all the eggs in one basket,” he explains.

“In the past, we’ve done things and we’ve been successful.

But in the future, we need to keep doing that.”

Star’s work isn’t done yet, though.

Stacie Dvorak is an associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Florida and one of the surgeons in the study.

She says she’s not sure if the risks were elevated because of anesthesia or because of the way the surgery was performed.

She also said there are many other potential complications that may have not been covered by Staares work.

“The real question is, what happens in the years to come,” Dvoraks tells The Washington News.

“We need to make sure we’re prepared for it.”

But, if the surgeon believes that risks are being overlooked, it might be time to change the way we do our surgeries.

“What you have to remember is there are a lot more people out there who are going to go into the operating room and get hurt,” Dvoak says.

We can all learn from Staarens work, so it’s important to look at how we’re performing surgeries and find solutions to improve the safety of the procedures.

“But in the meantime, we should not be afraid to say, ‘You know what, there’s a real problem,'” Dvorksaid.

“That doesn’t mean we can’t do something about it.

But the best way to do that is to find a way to make our operations safer.”