When Janet Sternburg was young, she didn’t think it was unusual that two of her family members had been treated for mental illness with lobotomies. As an adult, however, she started asking questions. KUSC’s Kelsey McConnell spoke with Sternburg about her journey through family and medical history and how she brought it all together in the memoir “White Matter.”
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