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Turner Classic Movies: "Lucille Ball."
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Encyclopaedia Britannica: "Christiaan Barnard."
New York Times: "Christiaan Barnard, 78, Surgeon For First Heart Transplant, Dies."
Biography: "Kathleen Turner."
Arthritis Today, November-December 2002.
USA Today: "Kathleen Turner Meets Challenge of Arthritis."
Arthritis Today, May-June 2006.
People: "Winning a Battle Against Pain."
USA Today: "Sopranos Star Battles Rheumatoid Arthritis."
Biography: "Aida Turturro."
The Food Network: "Seamus Mullen."
Arthritis Today: "Seamus Mullen: Chef-tastic."
Internet Movie Database: "James Coburn."
ABC News: "Holistic Treatment Relieved Coburn's Pain.
Internet Movie Database: "Rosalind Russell."
The Rosalind Russell Medical Research Center for Arthritis: "Thirty Years at the Forefront of Research."
Biography: "Sandy Koufax."
Sports Illustrated: "Doc Kerlan: Rx for Athletes."
ESPN: “Force of Habit."
Biography: "Edith Piaf."
The Telegraph: "A New Portrait of Edith Piaf."
NPR: "Renoir in the 20th Century: A Master's Last Works."
Pierre August Renoir: The Complete Works.
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