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Traces of you: a tale of love found, lost, then found again

Everything in the universe leaves an indelible mark – or a subtle trace – on everything it encounters. We are all a product of each other.

Anoushka Shankar (sitar player/composer)

The story begins in Seoul, capital of South Korea, sometime in the early 1970s. Continue reading “Traces of you: a tale of love found, lost, then found again”

The twin within

In my earlier post ‘Happy twogether fourever? Developing Tolerance for uninvited guests’, Continue reading “The twin within”

https://www.lumc.nl/over-het-lumc/nieuws/2014/jan-jun/140508000427221/

Eiwitten tegen bloedkanker: Els Goulmy over stamceltransplantatie

An introduction to microchimerism

A selection of sweet and short videos on microchimerism:

A primer on microchimerism

Below is a list with publications (in English and Dutch) that I consulted for writing the article “Happy twogether fourever? Developing tolerance for uninvited guests”, sorted by topic and date. Continue reading “A primer on microchimerism”

You never walk alone

It is said that we are born alone, live alone and die alone. But it turns out that this is not really so. Continue reading “You never walk alone”

Happy twogether fourever? Developing tolerance for uninvited guests

The true value of a human being is determined primarily by the measure and the sense in which he has attained liberation from the self.

Albert Einstein

Continue reading “Happy twogether fourever? Developing tolerance for uninvited guests”

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