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Going Off Course

We don’t want to reach the finish line and then discover that we have skipped part of the trail. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD Recently I ran a trail half marathon near Bryce Canyon, and I have been thinking about … Continue reading

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What Is Death?

What do we believe about death, and how does this affect the way we live our lives? by Alan Sanderson, MD One of my patients died a couple of weeks ago from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). He was a wonderful … Continue reading

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The Works of God Made Manifest

Disease can be one of God’s most powerful refining tools. by Alan Sanderson, MD. Adapted from remarks given at the funeral of Stewart C. Sanderson, 30 July 2016. Some of my favorite stories about Uncle Stewart involve Mount Timpanogos. The … Continue reading

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Doctor’s Orders . . .

God gives everyone the freedom to choose for themselves. He respects that freedom, and so should we. by Sandra Garofalo, RN I have always worked in teaching hospitals. Every summer I watch medical students become eager, new physicians. I notice … Continue reading

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We Signed Up For This

In professional work and in life, a little perspective goes a long way. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD During my medical internship I was required to spend a month working in the emergency department. On one of my overnight shifts … Continue reading

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