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Phoebe, MD: Medicine & Poetry

A public health physician who, through poetry, tears, and a pinch of humor, reflects on her life living in the world of medicine, patient care, and whimsical daydreaming.

Pendants for a Cause

Here is a lovely post by Elaine DeBock about Pendants for a Cause. She has a wonderful blog (“Following Augustine“) that I am grateful to have come upon and that I hope you will check out as well. Thank you, Elaine, for your kind support! 💙

Following Augustine

LogoOne of the things that I enjoy about blogging is connecting with readers and other bloggers around the world. This week, I “met” Dr. Phoebe Chi, an internal medicine and public health physician and author, when she liked last Friday’s post and began following my blog.

In September of this year, after hearing about the devastation in the Bahamas caused by Hurricane Dorian, Phoebe wanted to do something. She was aware of the dire need for medical care and resources, but even with her formal training as a physician, she felt helpless to do anything to meet these needs.

With nothing but a few small pieces of sea glass, a pair of pliers, an assortment of wires, and a deep desire to give hope and help to those whose lives had been devastated, Phoebe decided to put her artistic skills to work and Pendants for a Cause was born!

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Pendants for a Cause Website

Dear friends,

Pendants for a Cause now has its own website! I would be so grateful if you would follow me there as well, so that you can join me on this journey (I will eventually start a blog there with updates on our progress as an organization and what kind of work we are doing).

Thank you for being so wonderfully supportive, and I hope to see you there!

With love
Phoebe 💙

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