The latest edition of Still Magazine is outstanding, maybe the best I’ve seen since starting here in 1987.
Randy Rogers, CFP® Associate Vice President, University Advancement, ATSU, Kirksville, Mo.
It is far better to have a half-headed cover than a half-assed cover. Good job in getting attention!
Bernard S. Fellner, MPH, ’08, Denver, Colo.
Overuse of the emergency room is in large part due to lack of access to patients’ caregivers in a time frame that matters. The health economy can only be fixed by improving compliance to healthcare standards by doctors and patients together for preventive health and chronic disease management. Otherwise, this country will always have an increasing stream of patients requiring advanced care that is preventable.
Stephen A. Kardos, DO, ’68, Rumson, N.J. In response to “5 big ideas: Anti-dependency,” summer 2012
Debt of gratitude
Love this interview! Brought a tear to my eye … I had the good fortune to interview Sted Denslow, DO, for our school paper “Still Kickin’” in Kirksville back in 1981. What a debt of gratitude we owe those who came before us in this long line, and what a wonderful legacy these student-mentor interactions provide for us.
Keith N. Byler, DO, ’85, Edwardsville, Ill. In response to “Then & now: What a difference 75 years makes,” summer 2012
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