This was very authoritative in its knowledge and research but the author was much too intent to prove the worthiness of examinations done by Doctors. Of course consulting each other about cases and going on the internet is not revolutionary. (I thought that this was all a given?) I don't know who she was trying to convince, herself, or other doctors or the general public? I am sure the general public is all for using everything within the power of the doctor to find out what is wrong with the patient! The audio book would have been a lot more interesting if there were more case studies and less preaching about "good medical practice"!!!
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