"Why The Human Heart Is More Than Its Mechanics" - New Statesman - Sandeep Jauhar
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“Why The Human Heart Is More Than Its Mechanics” New Statesman

“Why The Human Heart Is More Than Its Mechanics” New Statesman

“Jauhar joins a distinguished group of Asian-American doctors, such as Atul Gawande, Siddhartha Mukherjee and the late Paul Kalanithi, who are all gifted authors, writing for the general public […] Jauhar weaves his own personal and family story into his history of the heart […] very effectively. This gives a certain dramatic tension to the book, as it tells the fascinating and rather wonderful history of cardiology.”