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Lindsay M. Lawson, MD

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Editorials / November 2006

As a result of a recent cycling accident, I found myself, suddenly and unexpectedly, thrown (literally as well as figuratively) into the role of patient. Lying on the hard concrete of one of Vancouver’s bike paths I was... Read More

Editorials / June 2005

26 April 2005 This week I make my semi-annual trip to Lillooet to do two half-day pulmonary clinics, an excursion that I thoroughly enjoy. Some of my enjoyment comes from being out of pager and cell phone range, some... Read More

Editorials / March 2002

Medicine is such an intense occupation that often I find that my body has made the transition from work to home faster than my brain. Such a situation occurred recently: I was reading some Christmas cards and the phrase... Read More

Editorials / April 2001

In the late 1980s I was privileged to be involved in the care of a unique young man with AIDS. Dr Peter Jepson-Young developed severe Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia during the first month after he completed... Read More