Personal Observations

  • May 1, 2020
  • Personal Observations
ANEL – ANYTHING ELSE? | Sandra’s “Lessons” Learned & Shared Series, Part 1

Below is Part 1 of my “Lessons” series. Don’t worry, there’s no test afterwards!  ANEL – ANYTHING ELSE? When I visited my dentist’s office for the last time before leaving for medical school in San Antonio, I was just about to graduate from college. Dr. Estes was a highly respected, kind, and gentle man who … Read more

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  • April 15, 2020
  • Personal Observations
I Am Sandra

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  • April 1, 2020
  • Personal Observations
THERE’S NOTHING THAT A GOOD DAY OF ________ CAN’T CURE

THERE’S NOTHING THAT A GOOD DAY OF ________ CAN’T CURE Growing up in Abilene, Texas was not as thrilling as one might think. I was a girl with a streak of tomboy. See, I loved sports. While my older sisters played softball, volleyball, and basketball, I loved watching them play. I carefully learned the rules … Read more

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  • December 1, 2019
  • Personal Observations
Welcome To Sandra’s Blog Part 1

Hi, I am Sandra Adams, MD, MS, a Professor of Medicine in the Pulmonary/Critical Care Division of The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, Texas. But you can call me Sandra. I’m not hung up on the whole Doctor Adams thing. I believe that I earn respect by how I treat people … Read more

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  • November 15, 2019
  • Personal Observations
Welcome To Sandra’s Blog Part 2

Thank you for joining us for this week’s blog to follow how WipeDiseases Foundation steps into this gap… WipeDiseases Foundation Provides Real Solutions First, I created the WipeDiseases™ program to fill this gap of suboptimal care of patients with COPD. When I discovered the problem was much bigger than COPD, I founded the WipeDiseases Foundation, … Read more

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