Tales From The Emergency Room: Remembrances From A Life In Medicine
Xlibris Corporation, Nov 4, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 180 pages
This memoir is a collection of anecdotes about events and people I have encountered at various stages of my life as a physician. The stories are true to the best of my recollection. Some are amusing, occasionally hilarious and sometimes sad. My patients contributed immensely to the quality of my life, as I tried to improve theirs. I have never regretted my decision to become a doctor, an allergist and a friend to the people I was privileged to care for and I would not take back a day from my life in medicine.
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