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Confessions of a Surgeon: The Good, the Bad, and the Complicated...Life Behind the O.R. DoorsAs an active surgeon and former department chairman, Dr. Paul A. Ruggieri has seen the good, the bad, and the ugly of his profession. In Confessions of a Surgeon, he pushes open the doors of the O.R. and reveals the inscrutable place where lives are improved, saved, and sometimes lost. He shares the successes, failures, remarkable advances, and camaraderie that make it exciting. He uncovers the truth about the abusive, exhaustive training and the arduous devotion of his old-school education. He …

The Great Physician: A Plastic Surgeon's Confession“ The world breaks everyone, but in the end some are stronger at all the broken places” Ernest Hemingway Successor to the finest tradition of Hemingway and Tom Wolfe, come along with a brilliant new American author, one of the most prominent plastic surgeons of his time, as he plumbs life from cruising altitude to crush depth. Dubbed a world-class “medical prodigy” by the media of the day, he explores the darkness and traverses the ugliness and pain of all “the broken places,” dis…

Confessions of a Park Avenue Plastic SurgeonNew York City’s Park Avenue between 64th and 72nd Streets is the pinnacle for a plastic surgeon—if you can make it here, you’re at the top of your game. Home to the most renowned plastic surgeons—and clientele—in the world, it takes immense training and sacrifice to be successful on Park Avenue. Dr. Cap Lesesne, an internationally known plastic surgeon whose clients you would recognize from movies, TV, and the covers of magazines—supermodels, royalty, rock stars, and the very, v…

The Wounded Surgeon: Confession and Transformation in Six American Poets (Robert Lowell, Elizabeth Bishop, John Berryman, Randall Jarrell, Delmore Schwartz and Sylvia Plath)“One of the most promising young poet-critics in America” (Los Angeles Times) examines a revolutionary generation of poets. Robert Lowell, Elizabeth Bishop, Sylvia Plath, John Berryman, Randall Jarrell, and Delmore Schwartz formed one of the great constellations of talent in American literature. In the decades after World War II, they changed American poetry forever by putting themselves at risk in their poems in a new and provocative way. Their daring work helped to inspire the popular style of…

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THOMAS WINGFOLD, CURATE + PAUL FABER, SURGEON + THERE AND BACK - The Complete Series: The Curate's Awakening, The Lady's Confession & The Baron's ApprenticeshipThis carefully crafted ebook: “THOMAS WINGFOLD, CURATE + PAUL FABER, SURGEON + THERE AND BACK – The Complete Series: The Curate’s Awakening, The Lady’s Confession & The Baron’s Apprenticeship” is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents.”Thomas Wingfold, Curate or The Curate’s Awakening” is the first novel of the series that begins with the story of a compliant and lifeless curate in the Church of England and the profound changes that happen in his life and the…

Winning the Doctor (Bay Point Confessions)A passion more than skin-deep Moving from Colorado to a seaside California town was a risky career move. But it could be the opportunity of a lifetime if Liza Sinclair can snag the plum job of designing a private clinic for America’s plastic surgeon to the stars. All she has to do is beat out the competition by impressing Anthony Marbet with her innovative designs…and keep her attraction to the gorgeous physician from derailing her dreams. The lovely architect has beauty and a vision that co…

Confessions of a One-Eyed NeurosurgeonWhy is a Methodist minister doing stand-up comedy at the local comedy club while leading the slightly inebriated patrons in prayer? Is it possible to have more than five careers in a lifetime–five successful careers? Yes, you can, if you are Reverend Doctor James H. Salmon, M.D., FACS, CPA* (Certified Pesticide Applicator). Dr. Salmon tells all–yes, all–in his literary celebration of life, Confessions of a One-Eyed Neurosurgeon. Now retired from his many lifetime endeavors, the author has wri…

Confessions of a Knife Merging art and religion with science, these largely autobiographical essays delve deeply into the emotional territory of medicine commonly avoided by other writers. This collection, first published in 1979, utilizes the physical body as a means to explore the human mind and soul. Never hesitant to admit his own frailties, Selzer draws on his experiences as a surgeon with integrity and wit, allowing readers a first-hand glimpse into the medical world….

Confessions of an Ex-Heart SurgeonThe Most Important Medical Discovery of the Last Fifty Years. In a few years, Nobel Prizes will be awarded to the scientists who are making the discoveries you’ll learn in this book. They are unlocking the secrets of aging, cancer, heart disease, arthritis, allergies and a whole list of medical problems. But meanwhile, you can put the new breakthroughs to work for you right now….