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David Agus's Health Book Picks
Nobel laureate Erwin Schrödinger's What is Life? is one of the science classics of the twentieth century. A remarkable physicist's discussion and ideas on biology, the book actually proved to be the foundation for the biotechnology revolution that started with the identification of the structure of DNA by Crick and Watson.
As described in The End of Illness, Murray has had an enormous influence on me and my thinking of the human body and disease. In The Quark and the Jaguar Murray presents his personal and unifying vision of the relationship between the fundamental laws of physics and the complexity and diversity of the natural world.
A remarkable book, written in 1892 by the father of modern medicine, this classic describes diseases throughout their entire course. The textbook was so well written that after reading it, Frederick Gates (a Baptist clergyman) persuaded John D. Rockefeller Sr. to direct his immense fortune toward medical research.