Being Mortal - Critical summary review - Atul Gawande
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Being Mortal - critical summary review

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This microbook is a summary/original review based on the book: Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End

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ISBN:  0805095152, 978-0805095159

Publisher: Metropolitan Books

About the summary

Dr. Atul Gawande’s bestseller, “Being Mortal,” examines the inevitable truth that no one likes to think about – death. Through in-depth research and riveting stories of his family, friends, and patients, Gawande explores his views of aging, doctor’s false hopes, and treatments temporarily preventing death, emphasizing the ultimate goal - comfortable and meaningful life all to the very end.

Who wrote the book?

Atul Gawande is an American physician and journalist. He specializes in reducing errors, increasing safety and improving the efficiency of surgical procedures. He serves as the general surgeon and endocrine system at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts and as associate director of the Center for Su... (Read more)

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