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When a beautiful young doctor stepped off the rooftop of her Mount Sinai Hospital building—they covered her with a tarp.
Here’s the grassroots memorial that took over my training hospital after Congresswoman Gabrielle Gifford’s assassination attempt.
Here’s a living memorial for a Swedish teen who took her life in the ocean in 2013.
For more than a decade I’ve been passing by this ghost bike for Oregon cyclist David Minor in downtown Eugene.
Here’s an Oregon roadside memorial to fallen policeman Kelly Fredinburg.
And a memorial for actor Robin Williams who died by suicide.
When Washington State University quarterback Tyler Hilinski died by suicide, within hours he had a memorial.
Yet when Dr. Deelshad Joomun, who devoted her life to caring for others, stepped off her hospital—all she got was a tarp and silence—until I intervened.