Author Archives: Susan Kille

ILDs, 9/11, veterans and the news

News reports of interstitial lung disease are likely to increase with the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and the growing numbers of veterans being diagnosed with lungs disorders after returning Iraq and Afghanistan. Continue reading

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Nonspecific Interstitial Pneumonitis: What is it? Who knows?

Nonspecific Interstitial Pneumontis is rare, relatively new and the subject of much research seeking better descriptions and surer treatment. It is easier to say what it isn’t than what it is. Continue reading

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Freewheeling Amsterdam

Not being slow about linking to travel story about Amsterdam. Continue reading

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WeMedia gets personal

Communication is increasingly personal as mass media fades. That makes trust the takeaway. As Craig Newmark said: “Trust is the new black.” Continue reading

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Piecing stories & quilts

Story telling, like a collection of red and white quilts, is an art form working with a few elements but with results limited only by imagination. Continue reading

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