No apparent distress : a doctor's coming-of-age on the front lines of American medicine /
In medical charts, the term "N.A.D." (No Apparent Distress) is used for patients who appear stable. The phrase also aptly describes America's medical system when it comes to treating the underprivileged. Medical students learn on the bodies of the poor<U+0095>and the poor suffer...
|Main Author:||Pearson, Rachel, 1983-|
New York :
W.W. Norton & Company,
260 pages ; 25 cm