A boyhood marred by chronic illness, led to medical work in a Methodist hospital in the bush of West Africa. Following an escape during the Biafran civil war in 1967, the author had further surgical training and was appointed an orthopaedic surgeon in Stafford during 1973. Finally in 1990 there was another chance to work as a surgeon in a leprosy mission hospital in the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan.
Author: John Bramley ISBN: 9780755211319 Pages: 270 Format: PDF Size: 22.61 Mb
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