From the St. Paul Pioneer Press Opinion page, October 4, 2019 It’s said that the right decisions are the hardest ones to make. That’s certainly been true for me. In 1993, I was a practicing attorney with a baby on the way when my two-year-old son was diagnosed with autism. Autism – one new word,…

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September 19, 2014 It’s been nearly ten years since I spent weeks in a hushed hospital room with my young daughter as she fought for her life. We were blessed with a confluence of factors that led to a successful bone marrow transplant – principally expert medical care, a perfectly matched donor and a loyal…

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