“Mannix writes that two days in our life are fewer than 24 hours and stand like bookends: birth and death. With over 20 years of experience being a palliative care doctor, she set out to write a book (with the approval of the relevant ethics committee) which collects her experience of being a doctor in those final days of life. It’s extremely elegant and eloquent. What struck me was the humility of it—I finished the book having half-forgotten that it was written by a doctor.” Read more...
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