"He told me to get my affairs in order," says Ballam, who sought a second opinion in Houston and a third in Denver, both of which resulted in the same head-shaking as in New York. He was a seriously sick man.

He knew it was time to move home.

Says Ballam, "New York City is a good place to live; it's not a good place to die."

via Logan arts scene enriched by Michael Ballam's return home | Deseret News.

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