This does sound like an interesting book. I had a wonderful Internist for years up north. He was highly regarded and for good reason. His appointments were generally booked solid and you could trust what he had to say. But, he was the doctor that had me taking a medication I was allergic to (I told him before he started me on it) and I ended up losing my colon over it. Of course I stopped going to see him.
I found out later that he was making quite a few mistakes. The reason? He was going through a divorce! That shouldn't be an excuse but things like that happen. Doctors are human after all. It's how he couldn't cope, I think, that was causing these errors. He ended up retiring shortly after. He went from the mountain top to the valley in such a short time.
Even though all of this happened, I still remember all the GOOD things he did to help me and I hope he is doing well himself.
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