Publishers Weekly - Publisher's WeeklyPediatric geneticist Marion presents 14 ``moving and inspiring accounts'' of children with congenital malformations. ``He emphasizes the resilience of the human spirit . . . and provides humbling, as well as learning, experiences for medical practitioners,'' said PW. (Dec.)
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The Boy Who Felt No Pain based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I was completely fascinated by this doctor's medical stories. He writes really well, which makes for an enjoyable easy read. He doesn't get too in depth with using medical terms so the average person could read it. I highly recommend this book for anyon that has an interest in the health sciences.