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A Journey Through Medicine: A Doctor's Lessons from His Patients Reflecting Medical Practice During the Mid and Late Twentieth Century

Robert A.Green

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ISBN 10: 1932399224 / ISBN 13: 9781932399226
Published by Huron River Press, 2009
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Title: A Journey Through Medicine: A Doctor's ...

Publisher: Huron River Press

Publication Date: 2009

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 1st Edition.

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Is it possible to write a memoir of your life's mistakes and feel good about it? Well, yes and no! As Dr. Robert Green recounts his years in the medical care and treatment of countless patients, he describes to us those times there was an error in his judgment in diagnosis and treatment; and the importance of the lessons learned when something went differently than he expected. Contained in these stories are the lives of people that became frozen in his mind. Bob takes us on a journey of his medical career introducing us to the patients' lives he became a part of and the relationships he forged that made them memorable.

About the Author:

Robert A. Green MD was born in Brooklyn, New York, attended Harvard College and received his MD degree from the University of Illinois Medical School. His career began as head of a tuberculosis sanatorium in the United States Indian Bureau. Dr. Green came to the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in 1958, and retired as Professor Emeritus in 1995. His specialty was Internal Medicine, and his subspecialty pulmonary disease. He also served as Associate Dean of the Medical School in the '60s and '70s, and was active in University affairs, serving as Chair of SACUA and on many committees. Dr. Green spent the majority of his professional career in teaching, patient care, and research; he still resides in Ann Arbor.

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