The goodreads description of do no harm talks about the books astonishing compassion and candor and says its it is a lesson in the need for hope when faced with lifes most difficult decisions im thinking whoever wrote that only read half the book english neurosurgeon henry marsh does write beautifully about brain surgery. Available for everyone funded by readers contribute subscribe contribute search jobs. Do no harm stories of life death and brain surgery is a novel about dr henry marshs experience in the field of neurosurgery mostly within great britain from his childhood until the years before he decided to retire almost every single chapter begins with a name and short explanation of a neurological disorder whose case is the primary focus of the chapter which allowed for some . Do no harm stories of life death and brain surgery by henry marsh reveals all of this in the midst of life threatening situations and thats one reason to read it true honesty in an unexpected place but there are plenty of others for instance the mechanical material side of being that we also are wire and strings that can be fixed . Neurosurgeon henry marsh has written a brutally honest account of his work and bungling nhs bureaucracy writes euan ferguson
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