What is it?
Author Atul Gawande explores an often uncomfortable topic, death in the modern world of advanced medicine, and the type of care the author believes best for those facing death. In a warmly personal and comprehensible style, Gawande discusses what he perceives as the failings of modern medicine in managing mortality, and provides a reflection on what makes a death meaningful.
Who wrote it?
Atul Gawande. American surgeon, writer, and public health researcher, who practices general and endocrine surgery at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.
How does it come?
Paperback, 13 x 20 cm approx. English
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