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I am very grateful for what I have learned, and am continuing to...
I am very grateful for what I have learned, and am continuing to learn, in the study and practice of Christian Science.
In 1961 I was a university student and had a summer internship as an assistant parole officer at a federal prison a thousand miles from home. During the middle of that summer doctors performed surgery on a lymph tumor that four medical pathologists indicated was malignant. Although I was not a Christian Scientist at that time, I declined further medical treatment and opted to complete my internship. When I returned to the university that fall to complete my senior year, a local doctor told me that too much time had passed for conventional treatment, but that when the tumors returned they could be treated by radiation. I turned to episodic beer drinking to alleviate my fear.
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Paul Douglas White with contributions from Felix Mendoza, Lucilo Chavez, Wally Powvall
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Robert W. Jeffery
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Lucinda Baker Greiner
No lost love
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Patricia Hofer Holmes
FROM THE Directors
The Christian Science Board of Directors
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Michael D. Rissler
Paul Edward Gingell
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I would like to express gratitude for my first healing in Christian Science
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