The war on cancer – Aeon Magazine, May 9, 2023

A Call For More Research On Cancer’s Environmental Triggers – NPR Health, July 12, 2019

‘Not Letting It Define Us’ — Walking The Runway With Metastatic Breast Cancer – NPR Health, Feb. 17, 2019

How Patients Have Transformed A Medical Meeting About Breast Cancer – NPR Health, Dec. 16, 2018

For Patients, Social Media Provides Perks and Perils – Cure Today, March 5, 2018

John McCain is a fighter, no question. But can attitude affect cancer?Washington Post, July 28, 2017

Forbes Contributor, 2014 – 2018

What in the Air Causes Lung Cancer? – Pacific Standard, Nov 1, 2013

Missing Tony Soprano – Pacific Standard, June 20, 2013

Leprosy, An Illness that Lingers – Pacific Standard, June 5, 2013

An October Metastatic Breast Cancer Gathering – The Atlantic, Oct 17, 2012

So There’s Arsenic in Our Rice – Now What? – The Atlantic, Sept 27, 2012

The Physician Burnout Epidemic: What it Means for Patients and ReformThe Atlantic,  Aug 22, 2012

Do Abortions Cause Breast Cancer? The Shaky Science Behind the Kansas’ House Abortion Act – Slate, May 23, 2012

What We’re Talking About When We Talk About Cancer (on Wit) – The Atlantic, Feb 28, 2012

Is Oral Sex to Blame for the Surge in Cancer of the Mouth and Throat? – The Atlantic, Jan 24, 2012

The Placebo Debate: Is It Unethical for Doctors to Prescribe Placebos? – The Atlantic, Dec 19, 2011

More Butter For Your Bread? – The Atlantic, Nov 22, 2011

What Should Doctors Wear? – The Atlantic, Nov 7, 2011

Unlocking the Mystery of Cancer Stem Cells – Cure Magazine, Fall 2011

Plastic Surgery Is not for Everyone: Options Following Mastectomy – The Atlantic, Sept 23, 2011

Lifting the Fog (on chemobrain) – Cure Magazine (cover story), Spring 2011

New Drugs, New Direction (on new drugs for breast cancer) – Cure Magazine, Winter 2010

Who’s a Survivor? (on the term’s history and evolving meaning) – Slate, Oct 5, 2010

“A Clinical Eye on Abramovic” – (on the artist’s work, at MoMA), (scanned from old print, pdf) – The New York Observer, May 25, 2010

A Chip Against Cancer (on a nanotechnology device) – Scientific American, April 2009 issue

The Enduring Clicks of An Ancient Game (on playing Mahjongg in Manhattan) – The New York Times, print 2/15/09

HuffPo Favorites:

The X-Rays of Others (on privacy) – June, 2010

Better Education, Better Health (on literacy) – April, 2010

Doctors Need Time to Think (on work) – May, 2010

We Are All Fat and Have Cancer (on responsibility) – March, 2010