‘Those who believe, as many of us need to at some time in our lives, that doctors know best will not be pleased to read Atul Gawande’s book.
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But any Briton brought up on the folk-legends of Doctor in the House will be unsurprised at its revelations: surgery is unpredictable; sometimes a doctor acts on a hunch he can’t logically justify, and turns out to be right; diseases run in fashions; surgeons can go to pieces, drink, lose their nerve, foul things up.’ Michael Bywater, Telegraph Arts and Books ‘With outstanding honesty Complications recognises the need for doctors as well as patients to acknowledge the limits of medical science without losing their trust in themselves, or each other.’
Herald ‘Engaging, a breath of fresh air … Without lecturing us, by the sole expedient of telling us fascinating stories, Gawande leads us to ponder the knotty philosophical riddles enmeshed in the very nature of disease … Complications impresses for its truth and authenticity, virtues that it owes to its author being as much forceful writer as uncompromising chronicler.’ New York Times Book Review ‘This book is just what the doctor ordered … Gawande is a bright spark, too. “At other times I have been a laboratory scientist, a public health researcher, a student of philosophy and ethics, and a health policy adviser in government.” What this CV omits is the fact that he’s also a very good writer and – when he writes about medicine – he does so superbly.’ Patrick Gilmore, Ham and High
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