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She has a strong interest in evidence, professionalism, screening and risk. She blogs and tweets. The Patient Paradox is her first book.
Don't be fooled by the media, and NICE. Read this book and take part in decision making about your own health! Read morePublished 1 day ago by richetal
I enjoyed the book, read it cover to cover in a short time which is not something I would normally do. (there are many half read books in my house!). Read morePublished 25 days ago by Mel_86
A really well-written, thought-provoking book. The points are well made and very compelling. The book is a real page-turner - quite a feat for the subject matter!Published 4 months ago by Thaitrainer
I bought this after reading an article in the independent written by the author, a GP, outlining why she does not attend cervical and breast screening tests. Read morePublished 7 months ago by GlerGen
Valuable insights in their own right but the book also provides an excellent illustration for healthcare students of evidence based practice.Published 9 months ago by Dr. Derek Jones
Very interesting. If you like issues regarding quaternary prevention is an amazing book.Published 11 months ago by Soraia Reis
Good and interesting read. Subject very interesting and thought provoking. Amazon ebooks are a great and inexpensive way of accessing subjects of interest.Published 13 months ago by Phil M
a must read for every health care professional
exposing myths and dangers in medicine.
a good read, thoroughly enjoyed it !
This is a well written book, an easy to read for those interested in understanding the demise of modern medicine but pointing to a way forward.Published 21 months ago by Ann and Graham Hamblin