When Dr. Manheimer learned that he had cancer and was now also a patient.
Overall yes, seem to drag a few times but still riveting.
Stirred my emotions, compassion, fear of being sick, voyeurism, sense of getting real life, privileged information/life stories although names and identities are hidden.
Good opportunity to better understand a section of New York Cities daily life, covering all economic and cultural levels. Felt like I was there at Dr. Manheimer's side. I really enjoyed this audio book.
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