Entering the final editing process before publication with a couple book signing events in the works. Hope to see you there!
Report round-up from the latest headlines: For those of you that are new here – read this article first – the author does a great overview of the issues surrounding … Continue reading
Forget India, Forget Thailand.. My new article on Yahoo! Associated Content answers the question, “Why Colombia?”
Met with my not-so-hidden co-writer to go over our notes, and to start the editing process. Dr. Klein has written all of the drug content (he’s a clinical pharmacist), and … Continue reading
One of my new articles on Dr. Borraez has been published to Yahoo! (associated content section) – it’s shared content with the site.. I’ve also written two other articles, one … Continue reading
A bittersweet day in Bogota, as our writer prepares to return home..
So, I was really excited to head out to Hospital San Carlos.. It’s an older hospital – out in the south part of Bogotá, set apart from the city by … Continue reading
After five months as a professional observer, I’ve learned quite a bit about surgical treatments and medical care in Bogota, Colombia. Now I’ve written an article to share it with the rest of you. Keep your fingers crossed, and hope that it gets published..
the author accepts failure in her attempts to interview Deisy Vargas of ProExport.
Most of you will never meet Dr. Borraez, a trauma surgeon at hospital San Blas, one of the public hospitals in the poorest neighborhood in Bogota, but now you will have heard about him. In … Continue reading
Spent the morning at the National Cancer Institute, which really is a pretty amazing place, with a pretty amazing guy – Dr. Rafael Beltran. He’s one of the many incredible … Continue reading