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Heartfelt Tales by Physicians and Patients Inspire a Unique Online National Magazine
Date:7/21/2009

ow medicine is practiced today and help spark changes in the health care system."

Pulse, whose editor-in-chief is Dr. Gross and whose publisher is Peter Selwyn, MD, chairman of Family Medicine, has captured the imagination of a burgeoning pool of writers from across the nation and has hosted a spirited dialogue in its comments section. Stories are selected from submissions by clinicians (doctors, nurses and others) and patients, then helped along by the deft hand of Diane Guernsey, a former senior editor at Town & Country. Every Friday, one of these stories or a poem is e-mailed to Pulse readers.

"I have great dreams for Pulse," says Dr. Gross. "I'd like readers to come to think of Pulse as their own, a place where they can speak from personal experience and from the heart. A place where generous listening leads to understanding and the inspiration to advocate for change. We welcome new writers, stories and readers."

Pulse's stories (http://www.pulsemagazine.org/Archive_List.cfm) have included:

  • "Chemo? No, Thanks," it's not death but chemotherapy that terrifies this patient

(http://www.pulsemagazine.org/Archive_Index.cfm?content_id=45);


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