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“I’ve kind of become a doctor.”

A conversation about how – during a time of limited non -emergency medical care – one woman is managing chronic disease.

Chronic disease doesn’t take a day off. I learned that lately when I talked to Wendy McDonough. She spends time each day managing her heart condition, PTSD and multiple immune deficiencies. More of that work has fallen on her own shoulders during the coronavirus. Here is her story.

Click that arrow above to hear some of Wendy McDonough’s story.
During the coronavirus pandemic Wendy McDonough manages her chronic illness with telemedicine, healthy diet and vegetable gardening.

There are stories all around worthy of being preserved. In your own life there are certainly tales of family, career and community. The stories that make up a life can be recorded, edited and shared with friends now and future generations, well, in the future.

Contact me to discuss what stories you would like to capture for yourself or to share.

Trevor Harris

RecollectionAgency@yahoo.com / (816) 514-5146

https://www.facebook.com/RecollectionAgency/

By Trevor Harris

I got involved in community radio back in 1990 and later worked in public radio. I enjoy listening to people's stories. Collecting them seemed like a logical marriage of my love of audio gathering and preserving the stories of those around me.

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