Randi Hutter Epstein MD takes us on a fascinating tour of the unique history and science behind one of medicine's most important discoveries - hormones - and our quest to understand and control them. With curiosity and wit, she explores the field of endocrinology's most unusual and important scientific discoveries, beginning with the research of nineteenth-century medical practitioners and including the famous 1920's Leopold and Loeb murder trial that played off the notion criminality could be linked to hormones. Dr. Epstein's expertise is featured in the Washington Post, the NYTimes, the Guardian and on ABC News.
Randi Hutter Epstein MD has also been featured in:
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