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Six months after flap surgery, my journey toward a new day is almost realized.
I needed someone who could navigate within the system. I needed a case manager who could also be a patient advocate.
Our health care complex can be a swirling black hole, but there is good news.
Coming face-to-face with the unjust, prohibitive costs of a product-driven, profit-based health care system.
Our nation's health care system is a production line, and we are the product.
For many years after my injury I would forget I was in a wheelchair, only to be reminded of it by my reflection in a storefront window.
A pressure sore has unexpectedly thrown our editor into the world of flap surgery.
I find having a spinal cord injury in this fast-paced 21st century can be overwhelming and exhausting to my body, mind and spirit. By integrating some slow-paced practices I’ve been able to sit back, unwind and enjoy the ride.
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