CEREBRAL CIRCUS by Dewey A. Nelson M.D. F.A.C.P.
A PSEUDO-AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL NOVEL

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This pseudo—autobiographic novel describes how Allen Flint Childress a half Cherokee “country boy” born in 1967, climbs the educational-cultural ladder from the arid red clay hills of Louisiana arid then on to Ivy League universities and Hospitals in New York. There, he became a neurology resident physician at Bellevue Hospital and was embroiled in a biter medical conflict with a senior Professor of Neurology that brought the young trainee to the brink of disaster. How could this age-old conflict between a “country boy” and a “city slicker” ever be resolved?
 

About Dewey A. Nelson M.D. F.A.C.P.

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Dewey A. Nelson was valedictorian in high school; then attended Louisiana State University. With scholarship aid, he graduated from Cornell University and then its medical college in 1951. Internal Medical and neurology training were at Bellevue Hospital, but these were interrupted by the Korean War where he became commanding officer of a medical detachment. On discharge, he was awarded the Bronze Star and several other citations. Back in civilian life, he was the first neurologist to practice in Delaware; published 87 scientific papers and became a full professor at Jefferson University Hospital in 1975.
 
Published February 14, 2011 by Xlibris. 370 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction
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