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ID 24742
  Title David C. Drum, DC, FCCS(C): An accomplished, multi-faceted individual
Journal J Can Chiropr Assoc. 2017 Mar;61(1):Online access only p 72-82
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Biography

Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) is quoted as saying, “The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.” With these few words Picasso captures the essence of David Drum’s existence. From his birth in Moncton, NB, through his formal education in Toronto, ON, to his so-called “retirement” in Crystal Beach, ON, this paper spans 72 years, unveiling the broad range of opportunities for growth David Drum has encountered in his life’s journey and documenting his acceptance of the obligations for proud philanthropy that accompany them. Dr. Drum’s many accomplishments, gifts, and contributions to the profession and world of art are discussed.

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Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) aurait déclaré : « Le sens de la vie est de trouver son don. Le but de la vie est de le partager. » Par ces quelques mots, Picasso saisit l’essence de la vie de David Drum. De sa naissance à Moncton, au Nouveau-Brunswick en passant par ses études à Toronto, en Ontario jusqu’à sa prétendue retraite à Crystal Beach, en Ontario, ce document couvre 72 ans et dévoile la vaste gamme d’occasions de croissance vécues par David Drum pendant son périple de vie, en plus d’indiquer sa fière acceptation des obligations de philanthropie qui les accompagnent. Le grand nombre de réalisations, dons et contributions du Dr Drum envers la profession et le monde artistique sont discutés.

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