A Long Walk Home
Radcliffe Publishing, 2002 - Medical - 232 pages
A Long Walk Home is Rachel Clark┐s evocative and moving account of her treatment and experiences with health professionals in Britain and Australia while she was living with, and dying from, cancer. It includes an Epilogue by her twin sister Naomi Jefferies, and learning points for health professionals by John Hasler and David Pendleton.
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