A winding career path.


As an undergraduate in the early 1970s, it seemed clear to me that all the problems of the world were really about resource allocation and overpopulation. I set out to develop a contraceptive that we could put in the water supply, and an antidote that could be administered to aspiring parents. Internal medicine at Stanford Medical School looked impossible… (More)
DOI: 10.1089/jpm.2008.9884


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