A Family of Doctors

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Random House, Jun 27, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 309 pages
Dr. Hellerstein traces five generations of his family from the Civil War to present day, from their fights against smallpox through recent revolutions in medical technology. "A marvel of family, medical and personal history interwoven into a seamless saga I couldn't tear myself away from".--Sherwin Nuland, M.D., author of How We Die.

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A FAMILY OF DOCTORS

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An artful blend of medical history and family memoir. Psychiatrist and writer Hellerstein (Beth Israel Hospital/New York; Battles of Life and Death, 1986; Loving Touches, 1987) traces his family's ... Read full review

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As Hellerstein ( Battles of Life and Death , LJ 5/1/86, and Loving Touches , LJ 2/1/87) recounts his family history--the story of five generations of physicians--it evolves into something larger: a ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
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The Years Between the Wars
85
Class of 41
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About the author (1995)

Hellerstein is a doctor and writer in New York City.

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