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It is clear Dr. Vertosick is keenly aware of his own humanity, fallibility, and vulnerability. I think it is impossible to do what he does, with such heart, and not have some... Read morePublished 3 days ago by dogmom
Accurately depicts life as a Neurosurgical resident. Captivates and keeps your interest by the characterization of the patients and the physicians. Loved it.Published 10 days ago by jgw
I read this when I was a teen wanting to be a neurosurgeon, and I read this again recently while re-thinking becoming a doctor.
A healer, a thinker, a writer, Dr. Read more
I enjoy learning about a wide variety of subjects and really enjoyed this behind the scenes recap of something I hope I never know first hand as a patient. Dr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ri
Great story, but I love medical narratives. It's the only time you can peek through the curtains and see what's happening behind the scenesPublished 1 month ago by Debra Shencopp
As a general surgeon, I could identify with whatever has been mentioned in this book. I would recommend that you read it.Published 1 month ago by manikandan
Great book! Super easy read, keeps you interested the whole way through.Published 1 month ago by amy onyshko
I did not like this book or the author at all. He sees nothing wrong with writing on the inside of a person's skull which then gets infected. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cassy