The reviewer in the Medical Journal of Australia said, "This book deserves to be read by all who regard their patients as human beings." Somewhere else a reviewer complains that it says nothing new. That is the most unfair complaint which can be made about any book. How many of us are capable of saying anything really new? It takes vision to see the old truth that the patient is a human being, and it takes courage to express it in a new way.
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