For the schoolteacher, the changes had come slowly. First, his walking had grown unsteady; then his hearing had worsened.
Surgeon Henry Marsh's passionate and often moving reflections on a life in medicine are not for the faint-hearted.
A review of Henry Marsh’s Do No Harm: Stories of Life, Death and Brain Surgery. Cutting people’s heads open, it turns out, really does your head in
As a young doctor just starting out, Henry Marsh watched a neurosurgeon operate on a woman’s brain, going after a dangerous aneurysm that could rupture and kill her.
Patients see neurosurgeons as gods, but what is the reality? Henry Marsh has written a memoir of startling candour.