Letter from the Editor: Transparency and trust

A couple of months ago, while I was getting ready for work one morning, I experienced a sudden, sharp pain in my lower back. It was excruciating, and I could barely move. In the days to follow, I discovered that I was experiencing sciatica, likely caused by …

A couple of months ago, while I was getting ready for work one morning, I experienced a sudden, sharp pain in my lower back. It was excruciating, and I could barely move.
In the days to follow, I discovered that I was experiencing sciatica, likely caused by …
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