A Matter of Life and Death: Inside the Hidden World of the Pathologist
A Matter of Life and Death tells fascinating stories of mysterious illnesses and miraculous scientific breakthroughs. But it is also crammed full of extraordinary characters – from the forensic anthropologist with his own Body Farm in Tennessee to the doctor who had a heart-and-lung transplant and ended up using her own lungs for research.
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This is a fascinating book. Fantastic concept, selection of pathologists and their stories of what it took to reach where they have, makes you wonder how passion and perseverance prevails in face of adversities. It uplifts spirits. Although the book has a purchase value - the value it delivers to a reader is priceless.
FROM ONE GENERATION TO THE NEXT
OF ROUGH POLITICS AND POWERFUL PATHOLOGY
SHAKEN BABIES AND UNSHAKABLE MINDS
A MARRIAGE OF ART AND SCIENCE
EASING THE PAIN OF LOSS
STEM CELLS AND THE BODYS REMARKABLE CAPACITY
FORENSICS IN A CULTURE OF VIOLENCE
LESSONS IN LIVING AND DYING
WHO WAS THE FIRST PATHOLOGIST?
SCIENCE IN THE SERVICE OF HUMAN RIGHTS
MAD COWS AND HUMAN DISEASE