By David T. Rubin, MD, as told to Camille Noe Pagán

When I started medical school at the University of Chicago, my grandmother told me to go see Joseph Kirsner, a gastroenterologist there who had treated her for Crohn’s disease. If you can believe it, I didn’t even know what Crohn’s disease was at the time. But I still went to see Dr. Kirsner, who was a pioneer in the field. He was 80 then and still seeing patients. We hit it off, and every few months he’d call me to his office. Our talks piqued my interest in GI health,…


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