Paul Strauss remembers the day his life changed forever. He was in Taos, N.M., where he’d been staying the summer of 1970 with Carl, a Shoshone Indian who had taken him under his wing to study natural medicine.
Bachelor of Science in chemistry, 1970
Professor of medicine, Michigan State University (retired), East Lansing, Mich.
Bachelor of Arts, 1974
Neonatologist, Director of Neonatology at Spring Hill Regional Hospital, Tampa, Fla.
Bachelor of Science in natural sciences, 1968
Director, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Professor and Psychiatrist-in-Chief, Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore
Bachelor of Science in natural sciences, 1969
Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs, Professor of Cardiac Surgery, director, Surgical Research Laboratory, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore
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