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Blood and pernicious anemia

Omar Alzarkali Batavia, New York, United States   Page from Diagnostic methods, chemical, bacteriological and microscopical, a text-book for students and practitioners by Ralph Waldo Webster. 1914. Accessed via the Internet Archive. Contributed by Gerstein – University of Toronto. Blood is powerful. The mere sight of it can cause an adult to fall to the […]

Reconstructing a self: early trauma and the healing power of narrative

Mary T. Shannon Portland, Oregon, United States We carry with us every story we have ever heard, and every story we have ever lived. —Rachel Naomi Remen  As a survivor of childhood sexual abuse and the only child of a single mother on welfare who suffered from paranoid schizophrenia, a healthy development of self has […]