“Every patient tells a story” by Lisa Sanders
. She’s the diagnostics nut behind House’s
weird and wonderful medical detective work. I wish every doctor would read her work, to get back in touch with old-fashioned skills like listening to the patient. It’s a great read for anyone with the slightest inclination towards the fascinating workings of the human body.
*3 – best article? Read too many but the sock-blowing-offness of each was only transitory. Each jiggled my perception for a while but the moments passed.
You read anything good lately (Susie Orbach's "Bodies" was a close second).
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