What an ass! Dr. London (pseudonym)comes across as an arrogant internist (most of them are). He calls himself "The Worlds Greatest Doctor) multiple times and I think he really... Read morePublished 7 months ago by William B. Bebout
I bought this book as a gift for my friend, who is a fellow medical student. She thought it was hilarious and a perfect gift to go along with the Secret Santa event we set up for... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Irmina S.
Book was delivered in a timely fashion and was in excellent condition. Thought it was an interested easy read that you can pick up and put down anytime:Published 10 months ago by Luke Lovro
it was ok but not what I expected. He quoted a lot of his collaques and told funny antics the enPublished 11 months ago by karen neri
I received sooner as I expected.
The book exceed my expectations.
More than satisfied and happy with my purchase.
I am a woman surgeon at Harvard Medical School (48 years). For the past
5 years I have presented this very funny but useful book to my graduating
residents and fellows. Read more
Fun, satirical, light-hearted, well written book about private practice medicine. Good gift for any aspiring doctors or even veteran docs.Published 13 months ago by Jamie
I even used some of its concepts in my hospital staff's meetings... well written and sometimes even funny, it's a delight to read!!!Published 14 months ago by Marcos C. Fernandes