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LETTER FROM HEADQUARTERS A LESSON IN RESILIENCE y the time you are reading this, the 88th AMS through the hearts and souls of its residents in a way Annual Meeting is a few months behind us, but that I have not seen elsewhere, even in other great Bas I writ e this, it is only a few weeks ago that we and historic cities of our country. Afte r just a wee k of were in Ne w Orleans, and the images and memories interacting wit h the residents of th e city, my mind-set are very fresh. It was a very good meeting, both in had almost completely reversed. It now seemed silly terms of its scientific program and in th e many ancillary t o suggest tha t abandoning sections of th e city would activities that provided opportunities for interactions be the "smart" move. It became much more obvious among those in our community. that the people of New Orleans could not become A number of attendees told me they appreciated whole again until their city was once again whole. my column in the December issue, which talked The answer is not to abandon those areas

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Published: Mar 1, 2008

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