Jerome Groopman, M.D.,
holds the Dina and Raphael
Recanati Chair of Medicine at
Harvard Medical School and is
chief of experimental medicine
at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical
Center in Boston. He has
published more than 150
scientific articles. He is also
a staff writer at The New Yorker
and has written editorials on
policy issues for the New
Republic, the Washington Post,
and the New York Times.
Dr Groopman has written many articles for The New Yorker, some of which are reprinted in How Doctors Think.
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