When Breath Becomes Air
by Paul Kalanithi
Editor: Vintage Publishing
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THE NEW YORK TIMES NUMBER A BEST SELLER, THE SUNDAY TIMES, THE NUMBER A LICE BEST SELLER FOR THE WELLCOME 2017 PAPER PRIZE “Finish this book and then forget then it is simply not an optionDon’t miss’ New York Times, At the age of thirty-six years old, about to end a decade, training as a neurosurgeon, Paul Kalanithi was diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer.One day he was a doctor treating the dying man, the next day he was a patient of pain in life.When Breathing Becomes chronic Kalanithi Air from the transformation of a student into medicine ask what a virtuous and meaningful life is doing in a neurosurgeon who works in the core of man’s identity – the brain – and finally to a patient and a new father.What makes life worthwhile in the face of deathWhat do you do when life is dramatically interruptedWhat does it mean to have a child as your own life fades awayPaul Kalanithi died working on this deeply moving book, but his words as a guide for all of us.When Breathing Becomes Air is an affirmation of life, the reflection on the face of our mortality and on the relationship between physician and patient, starting from a talented writer who became both a writer and a writer.
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