Admissions by henry marsh is a searingly honest memoir by the retired brain surgeon who brought us do no harm i have yet to read this earlier book it is a somewhat regretful looking back on cases the author has worked on mistakes made and the balance neurosurgeons must acquire between confidence in their abilities and concern for the . The brain surgeon henry marshs second memoir admissions is a wandering and ruminative trek through the doctors anxieties and private shames. Surgeons at work of course doctors need regulating but they need to be trusted as well writes henry marsh photograph robert llewellyn getty images henry marshs first volume of memoir . Admissions life as a brain surgeon by henry marsh i cannot predict what i will feel when i know my life is coming to an end he writes as a doctor i cannot have any illusions. In admissions life as a brain surgeon marsh recounts fascinating and often heartbreaking stories of the practice of medicine in his home country of england as well as around the world and of the challenges facing medical care patients and their physicians
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