Tag Archives: 1970s

Sons – Part 4 of 4

Michael The doctors spoke to them about a “degenerative disorder of the nervous system” and how infants with the disease seem perfectly normal at birth. The test for a definitive diagnosis could only be done at Albert Einstein Hospital in … Continue reading

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RIHT to RISD

Once upon a time, during the reign of Antoninus Pius, I lived and worked in Providence, Rhode Island. But I’m getting ahead of myself. As a sixteen year old high school graduate I worked in the mail room of the … Continue reading

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Sons – A Story of Choice and Triumph – Part 4 of 4

Michael The doctors spoke to them about a “degenerative disorder of the nervous system” and how infants with the disease seem perfectly normal at birth. The test for a definitive diagnosis could only be done at Albert Einstein Hospital in … Continue reading

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