Interview: David Cooke on 47XXY

Had he been practising some forty years ago, pediatric endocrinologist David Cooke’s profile of patients who are 47XXY would have differed sharply from today’s view. Then, late-adolescent boys would have comprised most of Cooke’s patients. Now, with amniocentesis and prenatal karyotyping more routine, however, Cooke, as the pediatric endocrinologist with the Johns Hopkins Klinefelter Syndrome Center, … Continue reading Interview: David Cooke on 47XXY