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It Becomes You, Part III: The Academic Eating Contest

Thoughts and memories about the first two years of medical school by Alan B. Sanderson, MD This article is the third 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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A Disease With Perks

… but you have to look for them. by Alan Sanderson, MD I have been thinking about cancer lately, for two reasons. The first was the story I wrote about my aunt Steffanie. The second reason is a blog I recently … Continue reading

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Forced Family Fun (In a Jar!)

A few thoughts about the importance of families by Alan B. Sanderson, MD Last week my wife said that she was getting tired of the same old family activities and wanted to change things up a bit. She compiled a … Continue reading

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Best Efforts and Highest Priority

A personal memoir about trying to put first things first in my career choices. by Alan B. Sanderson, MD In February 1999 the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints issued a letter which was to … Continue reading

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