Lybba, the "do good, be well" nonprofit founded by Jesse Dylan, is a groundbreaker. Its vision is to build an "open-source health and learning network offering a model of personalized medicine that is scalable, affordable, and broadly available." I had the chance to work with them two years ago and was mightily impressed by their approach and reach.
Recently, Bruna Mori, managing editor of Lybbaverse, the organization's blog, asked me to contribute a portion of Jeff Stamps's memoir about his dying, "A Dangerous Experiment." You can read that excerpt, from the beginning of the memoir and never before published, here.
Thanks, Bruna, and David Fore, Lybba's executive director, who made this happen.