A member asked:

Hi i am a uw-whitewater student. i am currently enrolled in a medical aspects class and must interview a doctor who knows about stickler syndrome.

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Dr. Jan Lei Iwata answered

Specializes in Ophthalmology

Great! Ask a UW Dr.: There must be a student clinic, or nearby clinic that faculty have medical students, and find out where it is, and if that's a possibility. These doctors train doctors, and may have time to meet with you while they are training the young medical students too. That would be an ideal environment for you to learn from, and be in the front line too!

Answered 4/13/2014

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