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Latter-day Doctor: 2018 Year in Review

This has been a transformative year for the blog by Alan B. Sanderson, MD Here is our year-end summary! Top Ten Posts of 2018 The Book of Mormon – Alternate Chronology. This post was actually from 2015, but its traffic … Continue reading

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Taking It Religiously

I wish more people would take religion religiously by Alan B. Sanderson, MD One day in clinic I was seeing a patient in follow up. At her previous visit I had given her a prescription to help with her migraine … Continue reading

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Depositions and Testimonials

I tried it, and it worked for me by Alan B. Sanderson, MD This week I had to testify in a court case, and it got me thinking about the various uses and forms of the word “testimony.” Legal Testimony … Continue reading

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Help My Unbelief

Have you ever held a sick baby through the night? It makes you think about a lot of things. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD One Saturday night I woke up around midnight to the sound of my baby crying. It … Continue reading

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Alternative Medicine

Whether we turn to a medical doctor, a chiropractor, or directly to the Lord himself, our hope is that we will get better and feel well. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD I once had a patient in my clinic with … Continue reading

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Four Years of Latter-day Doctor

We will move forward, doing what we can to help people understand the faith that breathes so much hope and purpose into our lives. One post at a time, we will try to explain how this wonderful religion guides us … Continue reading

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Sometimes It Won’t Get Better

Doctors want to help people and fix things, but we are frequently confronted by our own limitations by Alan B. Sanderson, MD She came to my office complaining of right hand weakness and severe, constant, distressing pain in her right … Continue reading

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It Becomes You, Part VI: Living the Dream

Adventures and lessons from my first years in practice by Alan B. Sanderson, MD This article is the sixth of a six-part series, written in the hope that it will be useful to those who are considering or preparing for … Continue reading

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It Becomes You, Part V: Keep Your Nose Above Water

Stories and memories from the dark days of internship and residency by Alan B. Sanderson, MD This article is the fifth of a six-part series, written in the hope that it will be useful to those who are considering or … Continue reading

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It Becomes You, Part IV: Academic Vertigo and the Identity Crisis

Thoughts and memories about medical school clinical rotations, specialty choice, and applying to residency by Alan B. Sanderson, MD This article is the fourth of a six-part series, written in the hope that it will be useful to those who … Continue reading

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