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Do No Harm

Stories of Life, Death and Brain Surgery

The book is a memoir that provides an intimate look into the world of neurosurgery, sharing the author's experiences with the triumphs, dilemmas, and moral complexities of brain surgery. It recounts real patient cases, reflecting on the challenges and the heavy burden of responsibility that a neurosurgeon bears.

Key points:

1. Brain Surgery Complexity: The book highlights the intricate, risky nature of brain surgery and the immense responsibility it carries.

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