Recognition from peers and the medical community


As seen in magazines and other publications

The Resurrection of Neil Young

Time Magazine, 10/3/2005

“So I went to my doctor, had an MRI and the next morning I went to the neurologist, Dr. Sun – a Chinese guy, very funny guy. He says, “The good news is, you’re here, you’re looking good. The bad news is, you’ve got an aneurysm in your brain. You’ve had it for a hundred years, so it’s nothing to worry about – but it’s very serious, so we’ll have to get rid of it right away.” He’s a funny guy.”

China’s New Frontier

Crain’s New York Business, June 19-25, 2006

“Ever since he left Shanghai 22 years ago, top New York neurologist Dexter Sun had been searching for ways to invest in his homeland. But with every medical procedure, even dental work, performed in government hospitals, private health care entrepreneurs have had scant opportunity. Until now.”