I'm a primary care doctor in Boston, also working to develop my HIV expertise and do HIV care as a big part of what I do as a primary care doctor. I'm a writer. I periodically do research about the history of AIDS activism. My more up-to-the-minute links, brief comments, small thoughts, and other internet detritus, as well as periodic pictures of T-cells, can be found here, Tcells. My writing has gained its widest audience with commentaries on National Public Radio's All Things Considered; click here for a not-quite-updated list of my past commentaries and other writing.
This is a blog about the social world of medicine, and sometimes about other things that interest me. It is not a good place to seek medical advice. None of it should be read as medical advice.