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Popular medical non-fiction will soon have covered every human body part

17 August 2019

9:00 AM

17 August 2019

9:00 AM

Nobody warns you when you start medical school that your career decisions have only just begun. Up to a decade of recruitment pitches follow: have you thought about becoming a haematologist? Leave the ward for the drama of theatre! If you don’t like patients, try radiology. A recent flush of popular medical non-fiction lets the public sample this professional pressure.

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