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Inspirational, honest, informative, refreshing and funny, this memoir is a must-read.
At the same time, she is so compassionate and caring for her patients and that comes through loud and clear in her writing.
Dr. Magliato really hits it home for working woman and the struggles that we face, balancing work and family lives.
I really enjoyed reading this book. It was part memoir...Kathy takes you on her journey of becoming
and working as a cardiothoracic surgeon in the 1990s.. Read more
I'm an oncology nurse and don't typically read "medical" kinds of books but my coworkers were reading and passing around so I decided to read. Read morePublished 11 months ago by patricia baker
Interesting from the perspective that she is either the first, or one of the first, heart surgeons in the country. It's okay, but I could take it or leave it.Published 16 months ago by Melanie K. Morris
In addition to the biographical story of Dr.Magliato, three are valuable warnings to all females regarding the warning signs of cardiac problems not included in most healthcare... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Sandra J. Davis
This woman is amazing. She is an expert in her field and a compassionate and caring woman and doctor. I really enjoyed this book.Published 23 months ago by Wherezandy
im perusing a career in surgery and it was very inspirational to read the story of a successful female surgeon who is also enjoying her lifePublished 23 months ago by Reem
This is a very inspiring memoir of someone who definitely took the road less traveled. I highly recommend it, especially to surgeons!Published on September 6, 2012 by Anita
This book could have been good but it was difficult to overlook how full the author was of herself. A little modesty would go a long way. Read morePublished on November 17, 2011 by L.S.
A wonderful bio about a tremendous woman. Both inspiring and educational. Her achievements are extraordinary in the field of medicine, and yet she is down to earth and real.Published on September 14, 2011 by bookworm