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Blair P. Grubb

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Blair P. Grubb, M.D. is a faculty member of the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo, Ohio. His articles and stories reflect a profound understanding of the art of healing, commitment to the physician's duty to heal, and sensitivity to the spiritual bond between healer and healed
My best friend was a girl of my age named Jeanette. One morning when I came to play, I saw her family being forced at gunpoint into a truck. I ran home and told my mother. “Don’t worry,” she said, “Jeanette will be back soon . . .”
One morning, when Paul was seven, I received a stat call to the emergency room . . . “Oh G‑d,” I pleaded in my thoughts, “Please, not this one. Not him.”
The sole method we had for giving blood was a direct transfusion from one person to another.
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