It’s Not What You Get, It’s What You Give – Episode 217
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Featuring: Dr. Bill Glass
Published: July 4, 2020
Dr. Bill Glass, a cardiologist at CTCA, shares with Rev. Percy McCray the impact cancer treatment may have on the heart. He also inspires listeners to impact the lives of others in such a way that when you are gone, you are missed.
Dr. Bill Glass, a cardiologist for more than fifty years, and with CTCA for three years, witnesses the power of faith in his patients. “We can treat some depression and some anxiety, but you really get down to it, and the only common denominator that really can help those people in those emotional states, and which I’ve seen actually be of tremendous help, is their faith.”
As a man of science, Dr. Glass advocates for the value of the health of a whole person, which is why he serves in cardiology at CTCA. Some treatment drugs negatively affect heart function, as well as some patients need a cardiologist on their care team because of previous heart conditions.
At the end of the day, leaving a positive mark in the world gives Dr. Glass inspiration and hope. Rev. Percy McCray also shares about the importance of doing all we can while we can on earth to make a positive impact.
- “The potential and the gifts that you have inside of you, when you leave the planet, you should leave all of that in the earth.”
- “The richest place on the planet is the graveyard because it is still full of untapped potential.”
- “Patients with higher levels of spiritual well-being report better physical health.”
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