The Youngest Science: Notes of a Medicine-watcher
A doctor's fascinating view of what medicine was, and what it has become. Thomas first learned about medicine by watching his father practice in an era when doctors comforted rather than healed. Looking back upon his experiences as a medical student, young doctor, and senior researcher, Thomas notes that medicine is now rich in possibility and promise. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
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Thomas makes us realize how much the "practice" of medicine has changed over the years. In recounting many of the amazing breakthroughs, it also becomes apparent how much we take for granted. I ... Read full review
THE YOUNGEST SCIENCE: Notes Of A Medicine-watcher (alfred P. Sloan Foundation Series)User Review - Kirkus
Writing of his life and his scientific challenges, the author of The Lives of a Cell and The Medusa and the Snail displays the same unpretentious but erudite way with words that have made the essays ... Read full review