The Leighis Chronicles

The Leighis Chronicles is written by Richard McDonough and focuses on aspects of medical care. "Leighis" in Irish (Gaelic) translates to "Healing" and "Medical" in English.

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Richard McDonough is a journalist.  He does freelance work as a writer, editor, and author throughout the United States as well as for publications in Europe.  You can view news columns and news articles written by Mr. McDonough at https://www.twocents.news.

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    Facing Evil: A Woman from Chadwicks - Part Six

    The Leighis ChroniclesTo read the story from the beginning, go to How One Doctor Gave Life to Many and How One of Those People Made That Life Worth Living - Part One A Woman from Chadwicks (Part Six)Evil comes in many forms. Sometimes, evil includes...
  2. To read Part 1, go to How One Doctor Gave Life to Many and How One of Those People Made That Life Worth Living - Part One On the morning after my mother, Alice McDonough, had her second heart surgery – it was a Saturday morning – my father, James McD...
  3. To read Part 1, go to How One Doctor Gave Life to Many and How One of Those People Made That Life Worth Living - Part One Many people worked together for a common goal – the life of one woman, my mother, Alice McDonough. People living in Chester, No...
  4. To read Part 1, go to How One Doctor Gave Life to Many and How One of Those People Made That Life Worth Living - Part One Dr. Robert P. Glover pulled my mother, Alice McDonough, into a medical system to save her life. A family where the wife worked ...
  5. To read Part 1, go to How One Doctor Gave Life to Many and How One of Those People Made That Life Worth Living - Part One As a young person, my mother, Alice Marie McDonough did not let the risk of death stop her from marrying her childhood sweethear...
  6. Ten years ago, a woman died in Norristown, a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She had lived in an adjacent municipality, Plymouth Township, for more than 46 years. Beyond an obituary notice, there wasn’t much attention to the death at that time....