Fed up with provincial government, brain surgeon to leave Manitoba

Manitoba

A Winnipeg brain surgeon, who was hired five years ago to establish a groundbreaking epilepsy program, has decided to leave Manitoba because he says the province has failed to fulfil its promise to fund it.

Dr. Demitre Serletis says he plans to move to the U.S. in the new year. (Submitted)

A Winnipeg brain surgeon, who was hired five years ago to establish a groundbreaking epilepsy program, has decided to leave Manitoba because he says the province has failed to fulfil its promise to fund it.

Dr. Demitre Serletis says he has no choice but to move to the U.S. in the new year.

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