1:2:1 Podcast

Kimberly Allison on seeing cancer from both sides

In 2008 Kimberly Allison, MD, was a new mother and the director of breast pathology at the University of Washington Medical Center. Then she received the shocking news that she had stage-3 breast cancer. She chronicles her personal experience in the book Red Sunshine. In this podcast, Allison, now an associate professor of pathology at Stanford, talks about the book and what it's like to experience cancer as a patient and as a doctor.

Length: 38 mins. 49 sec.

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