The New Yorker: Memoirs of Disease and Disbelief

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Memoirs of Disease and Disbelief
Porochista Khakpour’s deliberately unheroic “Sick” raises questions about what we expect of female patients with chronic illness.
By Lidija Haas

This recent New Yorker article centered around Lyme disease focuses on the medical narrative around chronic or difficult to diagnose illness, relevant to what we are exploring with our group. ~ Sharon Wampler

American Gut Project – UCSD

Future Patient/Future Doctor – Larry Smarr, PhD & Michael Kurisu, DO


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