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The clinic de  James Kerr  

The clinic
de James Kerr

Coward McCann

Edición: 1968
Tomos: 1
Medidas: 14,3 x 21,7 cm
Estado: Muy Bueno
Género: Novela en Ingles - Otros generos
Peso: 430 gramos

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The Clinic is a sabagelyshocking novel that rips away the shroud of secrecy about medical malpractice - its victims and its conscienceless perpetrators.

One of California''s most reputable, selective, and expensive private clinics is the scene of this utterly engrossing and revealing novel about the medical profesion. Written by a practicing physician under a pseudonym, it will be compared to The Doctors and Intern for authenticity and unflinching candor.

The Hatch Clinic is privately owned by a spectacularly successful surgeon, Matthew Hatch, who has pressured his staff specialists into prescribing surgery for almost all their patients - a radical last report that is also, for the doctor, the most profitable. When Dr. Peter de Haan, a young and handsome GP, comes to the clinic on his first medical assignment, he is horrified by what he sees. Far from being a superb echnician, Matthew Hatch is revealed as a clumsy, arrogant butcher, whose patients develop alarming post operative complications which invariably prove fatal.

Peter de Haan is confronted by an agonizing dilemma: to reveal the butcher beneath the surgeon''s mask and risk thee future he has struggled for or to stifle his conscience and accept the easy affluence of being assistant to the great Dr. Hatch. When his own fiancée - pregnant with his child - comes under Hatch''s knife, Peter can no longer evade decision.

The Clinic includes detailed surgical scenes never before attempted in fiction, and its climax in a tense and dramatic malpractice trial is dominated by a charismatic attorney who will inevitably remind readers of Clarence Darrow. Pulsing with an almost unbearable suspense, The Clinic confronts the grave problem of medical malpractice in unforgettably vivid fictional terms.

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