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He also has examples where medicine cannot explain some of the results. Overall, a enjoyable book.
I highly recommend other physicians read this delightful book - it will stir up many wonderful memories of your own medical life. Of course, I recommend that non-physicians read it as well - it will give them a real feel of what qualities they should look for in their own doctor.
Dr. Gary Wilson
The author’s poignant personal experiences dealing with patients in India, England and USA provide a panoramic spectrum of human ethos that is as universal and humanistic as life itself. His stories impart the distinctly empathetic demeanor of the writer and his sensitive, narrative style reveals the concerned human that he is. Whether it is the mother caring for the dying child or the children wanting to capitalize on the mother’s illness, there is plenty of human drama in every one of the episodes in this book.
Would be a loss to miss this.
Dr. Venugopal Menon, Pearland, TX
Dr. Basil Varkey
Professor Emeritus of Medicine
Medical College of Wisconsin
I am sure this book will be of great help to lay public in understanding the challenges physicians face on regular basis.
Dr. Rama Raju
Well written and eminently readable. For clinicians, the case stories will certainly touch a chord of familiarity. Medical trainees will find the book a pointer towards how to approach clinical practice.