Many questions, no easy answers
This is a book that any doctor, especially a surgeon, can instantly identify with. Gawande’s stories sound familiar, though few surgeons would be honest enough to admit it. He has given an honest account of the unforgettable, unexplainable and unexpected turns that ‘simple’ and ‘routine’ procedures can take. He elaborates on these stories in the initial essays which are aptly labelled ‘Fallibility’.
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