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Curtain: Poirot's Last Case

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It also helps create some sympathy for the doctor, since once the reader understands how difficult it can be to come up with a diagnosis, he or she will be more inclined to not blame the doctor for taking a long time in figuring out what is wrong with oneself or with someone one is caring for. Aside from the level of the individual doctor-patient relationship, Sanders points out how, on the grander scale of the practice and teaching of medicine itself, there are problems which prevent doctors from coming up with proper diagnoses when they are most needed.

In this regard, at least, Sanders points out how some people are trying their best to change the system, trying to regain skills that were or are being lost because they are not longer being taught, or by attempting to introduce new techniques that will make the diagnostic process easier and more reliable.

Overall, Every Patient Tells a Story is a disturbing, but vital, read: disturbing in that it raises some troubling questions that will leave the reader looking askance at her or his doctor, and is likely a book that no hypochondriac should even take a quick skim through. On the other hand, the very thing that disturbs the reader about this book is also the part that makes it very powerful: it shows the reader what goes on when a doctor figures out what is wrong with the patient, and therefore demystifies the process.

This can arm the reader with vital information that may help him or her become a better patient — always important when one is trying to get well again, or when one has to care for someone who is ill. This is not for all readers — hypochondriacs have already been mentioned, but anyone with a weak stomach should be forewarned that there are parts that may leave them feeling ill — but it is a good read nonetheless, doctor or potential patient. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.

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