SEVEN PATIENTS

SEVEN PATIENTS

GREAT READ ABOUT LIFE AS A MEDICAL STUDENT AND HIS ENCOUNTERS DURING VARIOUS ROTATIONS IN THE HOSPITAL.  RAJ OFTEN QUESTIONS HIS CAREER CHOICE BUT PLODS ON.  HE DEVELOPS A RAPPORT WITH A MAN WHO HAS A WONDERFUL LIFE BEFORE CONTRACTING A FLESH EATING BACTERIA THAT NEARLY TAKES HIS LIFE.  RAJ FOLLOWS THIS MAN’S PROGRESS THROUGHOUT THE NOVEL.  THE MAN’S  RECOVERY IS SLOW AND HIS PROGNOSIS IS POOR.  HIS WIFE LEAVES HIM RATHER THAN FACE YEARS OF HELPING HIM RECUPERATE.  HE LOSES HIS SIGHT AND BECOMES NON-COMMUNICATIVE.  HE IS ABLE TO COMMUNICATE ONE WISH, HOWEVER, TO RAJ WHO EVENTUALLY FEELS HE MUST GRANT THIS WISH.

FROM THE PUBLISHER:

NOTE: This is a work of fiction. It is not intended for the faint of heart. The stories are extreme and the descriptions graphic.

Patients come and go, but some leave behind a memory so intense that it cannot be erased.

Third year medical student Raj Mok quickly learns that patients don’t behave like his beloved medical texts led him to believe.

The seven most outrageous patients of his first year in clinical medicine teach Raj that medicine isn’t always about healing and that killing isn’t always murder.

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