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    Respond to our next question: How would I recover if my office was destroyed?

    I worry about keeping my practice going if disaster strikes and my files are destroyed. The "what ifs" are making me lose sleep - what if there's a fire, what if there's a burst water pipe, what if there's a tornado or a flood. What can I do now to protect my practice?


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    Vol. 81, No. 2, February 2008

    Respond to our next question: How would I recover if my office was destroyed?

    I worry about keeping my practice going if disaster strikes and my files are destroyed. The "what ifs" are making me lose sleep - what if there's a fire, what if there's a burst water pipe, what if there's a tornado or a flood. What can I do now to protect my practice?

    How to respond: Email your brief response (about 200 words) by March 1, subject line: Disaster. Include your name, affiliation, and city. The editors will select several responses for publication and will notify you in advance of publication if your response has been selected.