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Dr. Sacks, of blessed memory, seems to have been more infatuated with his own medical ramblings than with the cases themselves. Read morePublished 8 hours ago by Laura P. Schulman
Great book for the science-minded! Good companion book for for "Uncle Tungsten: Memories of a Chemical Boyhood" also by Sacks.Published 14 hours ago by SilverSpoon77
Thoroughly interesting and engrossing accounts of patients with all manner of neurological problems -- stuff you'd probabky never thought possible! A fascinating readPublished 4 days ago by Gretel Guerrra
Imparts better appreciation of certain neurological conditions, great read for this physician.Published 10 days ago by KAD
As a practicing neurologist, Dr. Sacks worked with patients afflicted with, and gifted by, some of the most unusual neurological disorders ever seen in human beings. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Charles D. Payet, DDS