It may be the last face a person sees before undergoing an operation and the first one a person sees when the operation is over. Yet, how many people remember the face, let alone the name of this person to whom this face belongs? Saroo Sharda shares her thoughts about what it is like to be the forgotten physician. Click here to read Saroo Sharda’s thoughts about what it is like to be the forgotten physician. This is part of a series that the Globe and Mail ran which looked at experiences in personal health.