Common Sense Medicine: Restoring the Patient/Physician Relationship

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Common Sense Medicine, hot off the press, is a powerful, easy-to-read, and entertaining exposé of the root problems plaguing American medicine and the simple solutions to increase access to high-quality, low-cost medical care! If you are on the AAPS mailing list you will be receiving a complimentary copy with your August edition of AAPS News.

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Meet the Author: Jeff Danby

Jeff received a Bachelor of Arts in History with Honors from DePaul University in 1985, and worked as a health and life underwriter for a number of years. He is married to Melinda Woofter, MD, and the two have three children.

Jeff wrote, researched, and wrote a World War II his- tory book on a small unit action in Southern France called The Day of the Panzer. This work was honored as a History Book Club and Military Book Club featured selection during the summer of 2008. Jeff is currently writing another World War II work: an exhaustive two-volume history of B Company of the 756th Tank Battalion called Men of Armor.

Jeff maintains a website dedicated to the memory of the 756th Tank Battalion and is an expert on that unit’s history. He has helped countless family members, fellow military re- searchers, and other contacts from around the world with their inquiries on this unit.

He has also helped several veterans secure the docu- mentary proof they needed to receive medals they earned but were never awarded.

Jeff is a Level 4 USA Hockey coach and is deeply in- volved in local hockey for both youth and adult players.

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