M.D.: doctors talk about themselves

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Delacorte Press, Oct 1, 1988 - Biography & Autobiography - 294 pages
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Candid discussions with more than seventy physicians of different backgrounds reveal the pressures they face and the doubts, successes, and failures, they have experienced

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I have probably purchased 20 copies of that book and I gave each one to a friend of mine, mostly to Doctors. It consists of various interviews and stories told by around 70 doctors, nurses, healthcare specialists and medical students. Real untold stories about the real aspects of medicine, the challenges, frustrations and temptations. You can laugh, cry or get angry while going through the pages. A must have, and a recommended night table book as each story averages two or three pages. After reading this book you will have a new perspective about healthcare...
Rami Rajab
 

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Wow, what we really don't know about doctors. Read full review

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taking Doctors
3
Colleagues
35
Whats Gone Wrong?
55
Copyright

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