Title: Health and Medical Writer
Education: University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Expertise: Health Writing
  • Health and medical journalist
  • Author of 10 books
  • Feature writing and ghostwriting medical memoirs


Sandra Gordon is a journalist who specializes in health and medicine for consumers and health care providers. She began her health and medical journalism career at Glamour magazine in the nutrition department.

Over the years, her work has appeared in other major magazines and publications, including Prevention, Parents, Forbes Health, Medical Economics, Healthgrades, EverydayHealth, and WebMD. She learns so much from the healthcare providers, researchers, patient advocates, and people she interviews to inform her content.

Sandra is also the author of 10 books, including most recently: LIVEr: My Journey of Transplant Survival, a medical memoir ghostwritten for John Hoffman, who was among the first infants in the U.S. to receive a liver transplant, in 1983.

Medical innovation, research, and information is expanding exponentially. I want to help you keep up so you can take the very best care of yourself and add years to your life and life to your years.


Sandra Gordon has a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

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