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Mass Market Paperback Her Own Medicine: A Woman's Journey from Student to Doctor Book

ISBN: 0449003094

ISBN13: 9780449003091

Her Own Medicine: A Woman's Journey from Student to Doctor

Sayantani DasGupta, a young Indian American woman, entered medical school with a vision of saving lives and making the world a better place. What she found instead was a difficult path of politics, sexism, and red tape. Based on wry "field notes" she took throughout her journey in the healing profession, this enlightening story of learning to be a doctor will provoke tears, laughter, and thoughtful reflection. . . . In these pages, DasGupta's trials...

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Good stuff..

I always judge a book to see how much of the story I remember after putting it down. In her style of writing, I found myself laughing and appreciating her perspective on the medical community and patients. Written in an easy going style, she leads the readers through visual descriptions of the events occurring around her. I would have liked to have seen more dialogue to better gain an insight into the author. Very easy to read.

Captivating writing style, interesting and provocative.

Dr. Dasgupta puts her heart in the book to tell a story that is simultaneously funny, sad, and continuously provocative. While writing an autobiography, she reveals the politics of modern medical teaching, racism, and feminism. Her natural writing style makes you feel like she's sitting next to you telling the story - you won't put the book down till she's done!
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