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Not as enthralling as Cutting for Stone, but worth the read if you are interested in AIDS from a doctors perspective when the epidemic first started.Published 1 day ago by Pete Banchuin
Abraham Verghese is a remarkable individual: intelligent yet compassionate physician, exceptionally gifted writer, superb teacher, and above all a deep, caring human being who is... Read morePublished 22 days ago by rtptjd
Outstanding book. Excellent writing. I did my internship when verghese lived this. It is just as he describes. Thank youPublished 2 months ago by Showtime
Another good book by Dr. Verghese. It explores the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the beginning with all of it's terrible misunderstandings and painful times for all infected as well as... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pamela L Gulbrandson
A thorough story of doctor and patient experiences during the 1980s early treatment of AIDS. Very honest, human and compassionate.Published 2 months ago by adele t murphy
Wonderful account, and very well written, of overcoming the adversity of a backwards place through pure intellect and kindness. I aso worked as a physician in Johnson City, TN. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Marcos A. Hardy
Provocative read about an area familiar to me so especially poignant. Love the writer!Published 3 months ago by K. Russell