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actually, pretty boring. I skipped through the two authors' dialog with each other. The questions were not very interesting and most of them have already been answered.Published 2 months ago by claudia diorio
My friend got a kick out of this when I sent it to him as a congratulations on finishing Med school and matching for his residency. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Grace R.
I enjoyed this book but found the little side conversations to be really annoying. feel free to skip them since they add nothing to the book but filler.Published 4 months ago by susiejazz
I enjoyed the tidbits of information, but I found the book to be on the simplistic side.Published 4 months ago by Spiro C. Colaitis
Too bad the material doesn't have the cleverness of the title, somewhat disappointing but some readers may find it interesting.Published 5 months ago by JustMike
I loved it! It's very interesting and gives you a really clear idea of random medical questions you've always wanted the answers to. Read morePublished 6 months ago by claudia