If you had told me I would be writing someday on women’s issues I would have grabbed a pulse oximeter and placed it on your finger and checked your oxygen levels. As a physician scientist I have spent the majority of my career reading, studying, and writing on clinical medicine. Then something changed.
One of the most difficult things I must face each day is whether I stop and face the whistle, or decide to drown it out. How I respond to this decision, day in and day out, is what separates growth from decay.