Reading one interview and then taking a break means it’ll take longer to read the book, but it’s better that way. I was fascinated by the journeys these doctors took in their respective careers. I was most intrigued by the doctors who studied cancer, flu, identified victims of genocide, and so on. If you want any sort of insight into this branch of medical science without having to spend all those years in school, this is a great book to get some.
The Pathological Society hosts the full-length interviews with everyone author Sue Armstrong spoke with for the book.
I’d like to give my copy away. I really enjoyed it, but I’m not sure I’d read it again and I’ve not got the room to keep it anyway. If you’d like it, post a comment and I’ll randomly pick someone.