With the increasing news coverage of Zika and it’s reported link to the birth defect microcephaly we’ve received a number of reader questions about microcephaly and what it actually means for children born with the condition. We reached out to infectious disease specialist, Dr. Judy Stone, to answer some of your questions. What does […]
Dr. Judy Stone, MD is the mother of two and an infectious diseases physician. Having survived a busy solo, 100 percent ID practice in rural Cumberland, Maryland for 25 years, she now practices part-time as a locum tenens, or substitute physician, in different parts of the country, as she loves to travel. Dr. Stone has a column as a Forbes Health/Pharma contributor. She is the author of Conducting Clinical Research: A Practical Guide . When not working, she can be found tending her gardens and swatting all the mosquitoes that find her irresistible.