Tag Archives: medical

Bellevue by David Oshinsky

Read  September 2017 Recommended for fans of medicine, hospitals, history ★    ★    ★    ★   This book was 100% written by a historian, not a biographist, so temper expectations accordingly. Bellevue is a famous–some might say infamous–hospital in New York City, … Continue reading

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Black Man in a White Coat by Damon Tweedy, M.D.

Read  June 2017 Recommended for people who want to understand more about health and race ★    ★    ★    1/2   If there is one thing that can pull me out of my traditional genres, it’s a meditation on modern medicine. … Continue reading

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