Bloodletting & Miraculous Cures
Now in paperback: Twelve interwoven stories follow four young and ambitious doctors as they move from the challenges of medical school to the intense world of emergency rooms, evacuation missions, and terrifying new viruses. They fall in love as they study for their exams, face moral dilemmas as they split open cadavers, confront police who rough up their patients, and treat schizophrenics with pathologies similar to their own. Winner of the prestigious Giller Prize, Bloodletting and Miraculous Cures marks the arrival of a deeply humane and preternaturally gifted writer.
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Review: Bloodletting & Miraculous CuresUser Review - Anne-Marie - Goodreads
To be honest, I was slightly disappointed. The book follows four medical students in Toronto as they become doctors in a series of interrelated (but can be separated) short stories. The topics were ... Read full review
Review: Bloodletting & Miraculous CuresUser Review - Nancyann - Goodreads
I can see by other review dates that I am behind the curve in discovering this book. Having once been a pre-med student myself a lifetime ago, I found each of the short stories fascinating ... Read full review