Living one heartbeat at a time

I’m stalked by what cardiologists call a silent killer. Its victims are usually young and oblivious. I have cardiomyopathy. Luckily, I caught it before it could catch me. I grew up with doctors surrounding me. My grandfather Zeeshan Hassan Kazmi was an ophthalmologist, my aunt Samina Abidi is a general-physician-turned-professor and my best friend, Arsa Syed, is graduating from University […]

by Fatima Kazmi· · Opinion, Voices