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I’ve put together a selection of my most recent and memorable work. I’m proud of each and every piece in my Writing Portfolio, and hope you will enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them. For any inquiries, please get in touch.

Spring 2019, Vermont Medicine

Heather Stein, M.D., sees patients for the full
range of medical complaints...Today, about 40 of her patients also suffer from addiction to prescription painkillers or heroin.

Fall 2019, Vermont Medicine

In the spring of 2019, Dan* walked through the doors of a primary care clinic. Sweating, shaking, and nauseous, he was overwhelmed with the symptoms of severe opioid withdrawal. 

September 2022,

The FDA recently granted accelerated approval for a drug targeting a specific genetic alteration that can drive cancer growth – called RET fusion – additional evidence of precision medicine’s potential.

March 2019, Independent Pediatrician

Dr. Irmgard Tackie wants families to feel comfortable coming to her for the full spectrum of care, no matter the day of the week or time of day. .

December 2020, Independent Pediatrician

In the early 2000s, Dr. Melisa Holmes and Dr. Trish Hutchison got a group of girls and their mothers together to talk about thorny issues related to adolescence. .

March 2021, Independent Pediatrician

Dr. Eliza Varadi, the owner of Pelican Pediatrics, speaks English, Russian, Hebrew and Spanish. The practice’s part-time pediatrician speaks Punjabi. 

Spring 2021, Vermont Medicine

Danielle Boyer wants every kid to have a robot. She also wants all children—especially those with neurodevelopmental challenges— to experience the joy of learning through science.

September 2022,

Walking sunshine. That’s how Joelle Hervis describes her grandmother, Martina Perez de Aza, who died from pancreatic cancer in March 2017, just nine months after her diagnosis.

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