Books: A life worth living

On the way home from Honesdale, I was able to catch all of Terry Gross'
interview with Dr. Robert Martensen, Director of the NIH's museum, a bio-ethicist and former ER physician on local radio (streaming NPR, Fresh Air) on a beautiful spring afternoon.

Dr. Martensen's book, "A life worth living, A doctor's reflection on illness in a high tech era" with definitely get put to the top of my reading list.

If you have ever faced a medical emergency, worked in medicine as I have, held power of attorney for a family or friend, or have faced death at any time, this is a must read.

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