I’m a board-certified physician in oncology, hematology, and internal medicine on the faculty at Stanford Medicine, where I have a unique primary care practice focusing on cancer survivors and individuals at high risk for malignancy. I’m also a medical journalist. My work has been published in The Atlantic, Scientific American, Undark, The Best American Science and Nature Writing, and elsewhere. My first book is Fragmented: A Doctor’s Quest to Piece Together American Health Care. I live in Palo Alto, CA.
Kerry Graff, MD shares about how a diagnosis of lazy eye at age five changed the trajectory of her life, in several unexpected ways.