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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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It Becomes You, Part I: First Decisions

Thoughts about becoming a doctor by Alan Sanderson, MD When I set out on my career path many years ago I had very little comprehension of what I was actually doing. I did not have a step-by-step guide or a … Continue reading

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Where Is the Pavilion?

A story of family faith and tragedy. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD My grandfather wrote in his autobiography: “Sometimes a storm seems to blow up out of nowhere, a tiny cloud on the horizon which brings rain, hail, and winds … Continue reading

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Nursing Hands

Nurses are often called to have the heart of a hero. Sometimes this can be a difficult calling to live up to. by Sandra Garofalo, RN I often hear people speak very highly of my profession, saying that nurses are … Continue reading

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General Conference Roundup – October 2013

Church leaders spoke about mental illness and the human body at the most recent General Conference. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD Every six months a General Conference of the Church is held in Salt Lake City, Utah, and is broadcast … Continue reading

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