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Publication Date: 2003
Publisher: Farrar Straus & Giroux
"A gorgeously written primer for anyone who has ever been (or ever will be) a patient . . . The book soars." --The San Diego Union-Tribune Jamie Weisman was a patient long before she was a doctor. She was born with a rare defect in her immune system that leaves her prey to a range of ailments and crises and that, because it is treatable but not curable, will keep her a patient for life. In this probing and inspiring book, she brings her sojourns on both sides of the doctor-patient divide to bear on the issues of the flesh that preoccupy us all. It is a worthy addition to the best that has been written about our physical selves, a meditation on our extraordinary powers of healing and the limitations that leave intact the miracle and tragedy of being.Weisman, Jamie is the author of 'As I Live and Breathe Notes of a Patient-Doctor', published 2003 under ISBN 9780865476691 and ISBN 0865476691.
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