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Tricia Knoll, MAT
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Editor’s Note: Tricia Knoll is a 66-year-old Oregon poet. She suffered severe multiple pulmonary emboli, but months later she is running again and very grateful for all those doctors who treated her.

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Chest. 2014;145(5):1170. doi:10.1378/chest.13-2205
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His amazing chart
of lungs on a plain beige wall–
one lung with every disease
that breath is heir to
 the residue of smoke
with arrows to those
and cells malformed,
abused, disused.
Leaving, how could I be other
than lofting on spring bright air,
no arrows
pointing at me.




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