INTIMA SPRING 2017 | NON-FICTION
A heart-wrenching tale of a young life.
I'm Too Young To Be Here | Nadia Hannan
The aftershocks of a youthful cancer force a woman to face aging differently.
Machinery | Sean Murphy
When confronted with a loved one's cancer, we find ourselves (and our bodies) reacting in unpredictable ways.
No One Gets Out Alive Anyway | Ellen Holtzman
A patient awaits a possible terminal diagnosis. This is her mantra.
Patriotism, Tissue Paper, and Showers | Jeff Shearl
It helps to have a sense of humor when your illness is no laughing matter.
See One, Do One, Teach One | Lauren Gambill
Reflections on a simple, yet old-fashioned educational principle for becoming a physician.
Soft Side Of The Tiger | Cheryl Shore
A mysterious memory changes a woman's life as she unravels her past.
Wind Tunnel | Kenneth Weinberg
A couple's denial astounds even the most seasoned ER physician.