Review: "It’s entirely possible to die of a broken heart" - The Spectator - Sandeep Jauhar
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Review: “It’s entirely possible to die of a broken heart” The Spectator

Review: “It’s entirely possible to die of a broken heart” The Spectator

“In a fascinating history, Sandeep Jauhar describes how distress can cause our beating pump fatally to change shape.

Sandeep Jauhar, a New York cardiologist, knows it’s possible to die of a broken heart. He describes how distress can cause our beating pump to change shape. Part-memoir, part-history of his medical specialty, Heart links the physical organ with the emotional one. Jauhar pairs engaging descriptions of how the heart works with tales of creativity and self-experimentation that enabled treatments for infarctions, arrhythmias and myopathies…”