When I was in high school, I spent a day in the office of a pathologist at a small, drab hospital. What struck me most were the huge jars set on shelves on one side of the pathologist’s cluttered and windowless basement office. They were filled with formaldehyde and diseased organs—brains, hearts, lungs, livers, kidneys and things I could not begin to identify. Keep Reading
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