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This book gives valuable insights as well as providing further resources.
Until things get better (and if I do my job well, maybe they will), this book will help you known how to advocate for yourself and those you love the way I did.
Doctors are under a great deal of pressure to treat as many patients as possible in order to survive in the medical profession.
For anyone who sees a Dr.(s) this is required reading. A wonderfully written, easy to understand
"manual" on how to understand, & deal with the world of medicine as... Read more
Not just the same old stuff! I've read several books of this nature, but this one has a wide variety of information not included in any of the others, like how to look for the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Veronica
Unfortunately, I have a lot of experience with the medical industry. I was in hopes this book would give me additional skills and advice to assist me in future situations. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Discordea
Excellent resource. Everyone should read this book. At times we all need to be "bad patients," not Mr. Nice Guy or Gal unwilling to rock the boat or be a "nuisance. Read morePublished 13 months ago by P. J. Ryan
This book needs to be handed out on doorsteps like the yellow pages! It was truly informative, though I considered myself somewhat of an educated person. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Laura
very interesting and informative book with advice and easy explanations of common consumer issues and problems (in the health/medical care area); offers suggestions, important... Read morePublished 15 months ago by happy reader carol
this is a great book for all to have, a must have to learn how to take charge of your medical carePublished 17 months ago by Tony Rhoades
Elizabeth Cohen has done a great service to all of us by writing this book. The medical system is overwhelming and confusing to most people. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Kathi Settle
Every adult should read this book. In this age of specialization no one doctor is truly overseeing the entirety of your medical care. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Placid Lane Farmer