A Taste of My Own Medicine: When the Doctor Is the Patient

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A Taste of My Own Medicine: When the Doctor Is the Patient

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Rating : 4.10 (545 Votes)
Asin : 0394562828
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 123 Pages
Publish Date : 2017-08-05
Language : English

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Lois Willhour said Five Stars. Thank you. "Also titled "The Doctor"" according to ealovitt. Dr. Edward E. Rosenbaum was diagnosed with cancer of the larynx at age 70. This book is a memoir of both his experiences as a doctor and as a patient, caught in the inexorable, sometimes painful, often humiliating round of cancer treatment. His cancer remained misdiagnosed for several months by . Know thyself Gordon Having failed to find a copy in UK, Amazon made it possible for me to purchase a copy from USA and I am happy to review it.Quite simply any who would dare to practise medicine should be given this book as required reading. Written by a doctor with vast experience, who passed away last year, it i

The book A Taste of My Own Medicine: When the Doctor Is the Patient written by Edward E. Rosenbaum consist of 123 pages. It published on 2017-08-05. This book available on paperback format but you can read it online or even download it from our website. Just follow the simple step.

And with his forceful, angry book he establishes himself as a "patient advocate," for during his own recent medical treatment, rheumatologist Rosenbaum "learned more about handling the seriously ill than in 50 years of practice." His comment gives the reader pause: not only is the author a physician, his Portland, Ore., group practice includes two sons and his brother (another son and two daughters-in-law are also doctors). Rosenbaum, stricken with cancer of the larynx, kept a journal during his therapyand reading it, one wonders if sheer cussedness alone caused his cancer to go into remission. . Rosenbaum has strong opinions as well about medicine's turn toward big-business techniques, the profit motive, cost-effectiveness; criticizes insurance carriers, Medicare and Medicaid. He records his threats to

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