A Not Entirely Benign Procedure: Four Years As A Medical Student
A Not Entirely Benign Procedure: Four Years As A Medical Student by Plume at Diseasome. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. ''Fascinating... Klass writes with wit, intelligence, and a great deal of insight.''—The New York Times Book ReviewAcclaimed pediatrician,
Acclaimed pediatrician, journalist, and novelist Perri Klass offers a provocative look at the ups and downs of medical school from those first exams to the day she became a doctor. In a direct, candid style, Klass shares what it is like to be a first-time mother while attending med school; the unique lingo of the med student; how to deal with every bodily fluid imaginable; and the humor and heartbreak of working with patients. With this collection of essays, Klass established herself as a go-to voice for a generation of med students and doctors, with her frank and witty perspective. Klass also brings a proven ability to make the medical world accessible to the lay reader, through her extensive literary and journalistic experience.
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