NY Times Article about AfterTalk author Dr. David Fajgenbaum

Over a year ago Dr. David Fajgenbaum contributed a piece to AfterTalk on support for grieving college students. He was the subject of a New York Times article last Sunday about his own struggle with Castleman Disease which is extremely rare and

David Fajgenbaum AfterTalk Grief Support
David Fajgenbaum for Wharton Magazine

frequently fatal.

To read the article on Dr. Fajgenbaum click this link: THE NEW YORK TIMES

To read the original post by Dr. Fajgenbaum, CLICK HERE

For Part 2 of the post, CLICK HERE: PART 2

Dr. Fajgenbaum is co-author of  the book We Get It: Voices of Grieving College Students and Young Adults which can be purchased through the AfterTalk bookstore:

AfterTalk Bookstore

He and his co-author, Heather L. Servaty-Seib discussed the book on AfterTalk’s Blog Talk Radio broadcast, which can be heard here:

Blog Talk Radio: We Get it




1 thought on “NY Times Article about AfterTalk author Dr. David Fajgenbaum”

  1. I read Dr. Fajgenbaum’s story yesterday in the NYT’s and was so inspired. What strength of character he must have.

    All of us need to be reminded of The Hero’s Journey because it helps all of us have more faith and hope.

    Thank you, Larry, for linking this brave young doctor’s challenge here for us to read once more.

    Mary Jane

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