“Interspersed with anecdotes, yarns and stories and some useful suggestions to readers on medicines which may extend life.” Beryl Thomas, Gwales
You wouldn’t believe the extraordinary events in a doctor’s life – the miracles and tragedies which reflect the complexities of our bodies and life in its entirety. Written by an experienced doctor, this autobiography gives us an insider’s view of some remarkable incidents: some grave, others amusing but many disastrous, such as the story of the 60-year-old who was convinced that she was expecting a baby, and the young woman who was terrified of eating after seeing her friend choke to death whilst eating chips. These harrowing stories reveal the remarkable way in which a doctor can treat his patients – physically and psychologically. Gerwyn Elias has experienced the joy of being able to save lives and the sadness of seeing lives lost. He discusses difficult medical matters in a straightforward manner and offers plenty of sensible advice on how to live a long and healthy life.
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