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A Day in the Life of Nick Jackal, Community Engagement Director, Cambia Grove, Seattle WA USA

"If one ever needs a boost of optimism, just look into the work that health innovators are doing. This group, (of inherent optimists), is bringing actual solutions to some of the most complex problems of our time. From my desk, I have the privilege of seeing this every day." - Nick Jackal

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Rare but Real - The Sexual Consequences of My LEEP Surgery

I lost all desire for physical intimacy after the LEEP procedure. But I found healing from connecting with others who have experienced the same. 

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    Kate Orson

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Out of the Dark Room: Healing from Concussion

An otherwise healthy person, I was humbled and shocked at the change in me after a serious concussion. The early weeks of recovery were a challenge both physically and emotionally, as I describe in the attached essay.

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    Debi Lewis

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A Day in the Life of Dr. Leonel González de León

"I admire bacteria. They are much wiser than we are." A glimpse into the daily life and work of Dr. Leonel González de León, an infectious diseases physician based in Guatemala City, Guatemala.

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    Rivka Pruss

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Running With The Wolves

Intuitive storyteller and New Zealand native, Adalina Bonn, determined to heal after a Lupus diagnosis, embarks on a quest for a cure; a journey that will test her both physically and emotionally. 

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    Adalina Bonn

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From Nothing to Cancer

Joanna Laufer went from a life of no illness; to being misdiagnosed for a year, to finding out she was going “From Nothing to Cancer.” 

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    Joanna Laufer

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A Day in the Life of Dr. Laura Blinkhorn

I am originally from Washington, DC. I studied literature in college and then worked as a Peace Corps volunteer in Guinea, West Africa, where I first became interested in pursuing a career in medicine.

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