Mass. General Chief Decries Transgender Ban, As More Doctors Speak Out Politically
"Not only was I moved by Dr. Slavin’s strong and direct public stand against the ban, I was also bit surprised by it, as I suspect many of my colleagues were. Traditionally, health professionals have not commented so boldly on the actions of politicians."
What My 90-Year-Old Mom Taught Me About The Future Of AI In Health Care
Dr. Isaac Kohane devises a plan to manage his mother's heart dysfunction, and along the way is persuaded that spectacular gains in artificial intelligence could bode far better for our health than studies to date suggest -- but not replace commonsensical, caring humans.
After 3 Decades Of Seizures, Life With My New Brain
Letitia Browne-James struggled with epilepsy-induced seizures and brain fog until she was 31. Then a surgeon removed a small piece of her brain. In the four years since the operation, she hasn't had a seizure, and relishes the new clarity of her mind.