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Born On 21st or 25th of November 1936 his birth certificate was lost when traveling Early Life He was born in Shanghai He moved to Hong Kong in 1938 and stayed there until 1940 He lived in Rangoon Burma for a year then moved to Chung King China the following year In 1946 Chang immigrated to Sydney in Australia Parents Aubrey Chang his father and May Lee his mother were brought up in Australia Victor Chang lived with his aunt and uncle in Campsie after his mother died of breast cancer in 1951 This is when he decided to become a doctor Education Chang attended a local primary school in Campsie even though he was a brilliant student he was a loner He was enrolled in Christian Brothers a Catholic school in Lewisham from where he passed his Leaving Certificate albeit getting low marks in English Victor Chang attended Sydney University from 1956 Marriage He was married to Ann Simmons an English lady in the year 1968 and they had three children Death Victor Chang was tragically murdered in 1991 by two Asian gangsters at the age of 55 This was a big loss to medicine Medicine He completed his medical degree and was made a resident doctor at St Vincents Hospital in the year 1963 Dr Mark Shanahan and Dr Harry Windsor were the two doctors who inspired Chang to become a heart surgeon Dr Windsor described Victor Chang as hard working and tenacious Chang also studied under Yorke-Mason in the United Kingdom Victor was determined to be the best ever heart surgeon After marriage in England Victor Chang left to work in America in 1970 He worked in the world-famous Mayo Clinic After a year in the Mayo Clinic the surgeon returned to Sydney Dr Christian Barnard was the first person to succeed in a heart transplant this was in 1967 Inspired by this Dr Chang performed many heart transplants in Sydney and
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