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This is a terrific read. I've always wondered what a doctor is thinking and/or dealing with when we are in front of them. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Scott Marquiss
I bought this book used just to save money and even though the cover had folds in it the rest of the pages in the book were flawless! Read morePublished 23 days ago by Timothy Bourassa II
I bought this book because I was curious what doctors feel when confronted with difficult if not impossible situations. The book provided me with what I was looking for. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard E Johnson Jr
I was drawn to this book because the author is internal medicine. Not so much internal, but a lot of voyages of inner discovery. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Paul Thran
Some interesting stories, but I found "Internal Medicine" much more evocative. "One Doctor" also in the same genre compares favorably.Published 5 months ago by Washingtonian
I work in the Medical field and it is nice to learn the more personal side of physicians, their struggles, experiences and thoughts.Published 5 months ago by love-to-read
Great doctor, great book. Excellent writing. Current docs should learn from it. Thanks for fast service!