Natural Matters

She calls herself "the pig princess." She reads pig magazines, wears pig pins, displays a Miss Piggy doll in her office, and has a pig-shaped doorstop. "I feel very attached to these animals," says Arlene Davie, executive vice president, Travel Planners Inc., San Antonio, TX.

Davie's attachment is the result of planning a hands-on continuing medical education (CME) course in laparoscopy, involving 150 pig cadavers. She has a strong stomach and a sense of humor, which proved helpful wh

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