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  • In Health: July - August, 2009

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  • Roots In History
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  • Roots In History

    If your family had depended for generations on camas root, you’d be able to tell one type of nutritious “Indian celery” from another, too
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  • From the Editor

    As I edit each new issue of InHealthNW, I’m often surprised to find an overarching theme. This time I was struck by the notion of the benefits of a “fresh set of eyes” to consider problems.
  • Field of Medical Dreams
  • Health
  • Field of Medical Dreams

    After Brooks Ohlson was accepted to the University of Washington’s medical school, he was told he would be spending his first year in Spokane. He and his wife weren’t quite prepared for this news.
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  • Mission to Heal
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  • Mission to Heal

    The American health care system isn’t perfect. But compared to Rwanda, to Cameroon, to Armenia and Indonesia, the difference is night and day, life and death.
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  • Baby Steps
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  • Baby Steps

    Most Rwandan doctors fled during the genocide, but Dr. Pam Silverstein is training a whole new generation
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  • Human Impact
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  • Human Impact

    For family practice doctor Alisa Hideg, her whole life has been leading up to making a difference — and making it stick
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  • Pacemaker Pals
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  • Pacemaker Pals

    When they’re apart, Spokane electrophysiologist Tim Lessmeier and Armenian cardiologist Smbat Jamalyn exchange e-mails... and EKGs
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