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From her high school biology class to a career in pathology, Mary Landau, M.D., has marveled at the nuances of the human body at the microscopic level. Through the years, she discovered art in the laboratory and now shares her findings through MPATHY Art. One photo looks like a wave crashing on the beach. Another, like a pink heart. A third brings to mind festive party streamers. Hard to believe these striking images are squamous...

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After losing strength in her arms and legs in her early 30s from a neuromuscular disease, Kathy Q. Parks fell into a depression. “I couldn’t lift my legs to go upstairs. How was I going to take care of my children?” The normally physically active Arizona native, who studied physical education and health at the University of Arizona, remembered how art mesmerized her in high school, so she turned to that. Over time, the use...

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Following an administrative career with the U.S. Tennis Association, Jane Boggs was exploring her creative side when a friend invited her to visit a gourd farm. “I filled my Expedition with 100 dirty, yucky, awful gourds and my husband asked, ‘Are you out of your gourd? What are you going to do with them?’ I told him I had no clue, they just called to me.” Boggs purchased a book on gourd art and has...

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