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Do Public Health Regulations Lack Ethical Scrutiny?

Recently, I had a disagreement with the public health medical director in Santa Fe about the application of a public health policy related to gastroenteritis in an assisted living facility.  The interaction occurred because my mother’s facility had placed the residents on isolation for meals and group activities.  This meant that the main social event for…

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Being a Bone Marrow Donor: The Facts, Insights and Why It Matters

Have you ever wondered what it took to be a bone marrow donor?  Sat Nirmal K Khalsa was a donor for her sister who contracted a blood disorder from being a first responder on and after 9/11 at Ground Zero.  Without her bone marrow, her sister would die.  She had no idea what it meant to donate her bone marrow and was surprised at how much simpler and painless it was.  She will be discussing her journey in donating her bone marrow and  what she learned by participating in the process.  Listen in and find out the facts about being a donor.