In the mid-1960’s, Karen was living in Germany with her husband, a U.S. Army physician, when she was diagnosed with TB. Karen was caring for her toddler and a newborn when the doctors sent her into isolation at the Nuremburg Hospital. Later tests showed she was not positive for TB, but the Army protocol was rolling and there was no looking back. Her family's life was uprooted and their future rapidly changed course.
In Karen's words...
Karen, Snohomish County