MacLeod's Introduction to Medicine: A Doctor's Memoir by Jonathan Waxman

By Jonathan Waxman

‘MacLeod's advent to Medicine:  A Doctor’s Memoir’ is a set of reports that provides the reader an perception into the funny part of a doctor's life. There is a wealthy resource of humor in drugs, and this publication goals to proportion a few of this.​

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MacLeod's Introduction to Medicine: A Doctor's Memoir

‘MacLeod's advent to Medicine:  A Doctor’s Memoir’ is a suite of reports that provides the reader an perception into the funny part of a doctor's life. There is a wealthy resource of humor in medication, and this booklet goals to proportion a few of this. ​

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Now, this is the important bit, MacLeod, it’s when the science starts. Focus, MacLeod! Focus! I’d like you to bring the tumours back to the lab and go on to assay free and bound ribosomes. ’ MacLeod nodded at the beaming academic, but he had absolutely no idea what the man was talking about. ‘We have the system set up. John Wiley, the breast surgeon, wants to help by providing us with the breast tumours. What do you think? ’ Of course, MacLeod would like to help with the project. In his dreams he wanted to be a cancer researcher – he felt that this was going to be his life’s work.

Great, that’s wonderful children – no absentees. You’re all here and that’s a very good start to the day. Now children, let’s see how good your memories are. ”’ 20 An Introduction to Medicine Dr Zeki paused and hesitated, and with that hesitation he appeared to concentrate and his smile extended even further to the tips of his ears. And with that pause, MacLeod knew that the lecturer was about to deliver the joke’s punch line. ‘The children bounced out of their seats, hands in the air, wanting to tell Miss Franny her name, and Miss Franny said, “Well done class, you all seem to know my name.

The fool sat at home nursing the damage and didn’t come right in and get himself looked at. By the time that he got to Casualty, gangrene had set in and we had to cut it off, the stupid bastard. And let that be a lesson to you all. ’ … and leaving his audience wondering who exactly the bastard was. MacLeod’s physiology classes were led by a starry group of scientists. There were Nobel laureates in the university, Professors Huxley and Katz, and other eminent scientists whose names were attached to theories that were of world renown.

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