Medical Writing

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"Even with segments that might raise the hackles or seem idealistic and unattainable, every page of this book is worth reading and discussing."

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“By seeing the magic that is around us, we can be motivated to respond to the climate crisis.”

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“The problem is much worse than most Americans understand. It is not simply a matter of replacing private insurance with a public system.”

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One reads Miguel Missé’s The Myth of the Wrong Body with growing excitement and thumping of the air not just because of one’s sympathy with its content, but also because of his sociologica

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Plagues and epidemics, in various forms, have been a feature of recorded human history for over 3000 years.

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The Facemaker proves an absorbing story of a remarkable surgeon rising to the demands of the most horrifying wounds of modern warfare.”

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“Warraich’s push to change the way we talk about pain and prescribe treatment is compelling, especially when he elaborates pain’s enculturation and acceptance of pain in our normal dialogue

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"The Path to a Livable Future may be the most serious and thought-provoking new book on climate change available.

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The Least of Us confirms his place as a leading chronicler of an American nightmare.”

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“Their stories of self-sacrifice, professional dedication, and unconditional compassion for everyone who came through the emergency room at MMC are true profiles in courage.”

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“Historian Robert Lane Fox adds fact and understanding to the general public’s knowledge and misunderstanding of medicine in classical Greece.

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“[I]n a world beset by scientific illiteracy and misinformation, Isaacson is the gene whisperer we so desperately need.”

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This oral history of the story of COVID-19 in the USA from the start of the year until early June is a helpful reminder as to how much of this year like no other panned out.

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Official denial never goes out of style. In our own time, an Iraqi spokesman famously declared: "There are no American infidels in Baghdad.

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“Illness is nothing if not a narrative: the present isn’t what the past was supposed to lead up to, and the future holds God only knows what.

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“The book’s underlying thesis is simple: The skin is a living, permeable ‘dynamic interface,’ ‘a complex, diverse ecosystem.’”

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Places I’ve Taken My Body is an unblinking personal journey that takes us to places we all need to know and understand better.”

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Healing Politics is a book for today, a roadmap for moving the United States out of its male, white-privileged status to one where there is, in fact and not just theory, equal opp

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Into the Abyss paints a fascinating picture of the ties between mind and body and the complicated ways they interact.”

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The Vagina Bible is a reference that helps women and girls understand that the female body is complicated and fascinating and nothing to be ashamed of.

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“Bryson has produced a compelling, overly engaging work that is written for Everyman.

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Fentanyl, Inc. is an important book that arrives at a key juncture in the opioid crisis.”

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