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For hospice patient, a life lived with art offers healing powers near the end

For hospice patient, a life lived with art offers healing powers near the end

As days become unsure, Diane Bresnan Fleming finds renewed energy and passion in her glass artwork.

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In tale of reluctant executive, a window into economy's rough side

In tale of reluctant executive, a window into economy's rough side

Fred Schnook says his experiences offer hard truths about the state of middle-class workers today.

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Madison hospitals try to coordinate care, avoid Medicare penalties

Madison hospitals try to coordinate care, avoid Medicare penalties

When her son had a problem with his feeding tube last year, Liz Alford had to wait two months for doctors to examine him and decide how to respond.

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Writer explores tragedies, second chances

Every family has its secrets, according to author Will Boast. His family secrets were revealed to him at age 24 after he suffered the unfathomable losses of his mother (to cancer), younger brother (car crash), and father (complications from a…

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