Gone Too Soon: Remembering Ryan White.

by Patrick James Lynch

Posted on April 8, 2016


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Ryan White led an unusually important life, accepting the unfair challenge and opportunity thrown his way to carry the torch for all people living with HIV/AIDS amid fear, prejudice, and hate. As Jeanne White-Ginder tells the story, Ryan’s friend Michael Jackson had asked Ryan to appear in his next music video. When that wasn’t possible due to … Continue reading Gone Too Soon: Remembering Ryan White.


Medical Marijuana > Pain, Addiction, and Overdosing

by Patrick James Lynch

Posted on February 11, 2016


Chronic pain keeps me up sometimes. Often, I use the time to think. When that’s not enough, I cut my loses, turn to reading and engage my mind. Tonight, pain kept me up. And I thought about it, my pain. It’s on my mind a lot lately, actually. Time went by, and eventually it became … Continue reading Medical Marijuana > Pain, Addiction, and Overdosing


Inhibitors, SIPPET, and the Double-Edged Internet.

by Patrick James Lynch

Posted on January 5, 2016


What this is and why I’m writing it. In any type of community – bleeding disorders, family, Harry Potter Fan Club – strong communication is imperative. Communication bears the responsibility of carrying information from one to another so that assessment and action planning can take place. The growth of the internet has allowed for rapid … Continue reading Inhibitors, SIPPET, and the Double-Edged Internet.


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