Going Loco by Tom Smith

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Author of the bestselling A Seaside Practice...Picking up from where his first memoir left off, Dr Tom is back with more of his gloriously eccentric stories. Still based as a locum in his beloved Scottish highlands, he now takes time out from the surgery for stints as a medical researcher, travelling wherever he is called, from Rio to Miami, Vienna to Buenos Aires. Part memoir, part travelogue, Going Loco takes us on a dizzying journey around the medical world - from the challenge of a make-shift surgery in the African bush, to the terror of smuggling beagles into Amsterdam on behalf of a global pharmaceutical company. We encounter extraordinary characters on the way - impossible patients, brave souls and more than a smattering of crazy doctors. Going Loco is a gripping read, full of the colour and charm of Dr Tom's previous book - this young doctor on the move is great company.
 

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Tom Smith, MD, spent several years as a general practitioner and medical researcher before taking up writing full-time. He contributes regularly to medical journals, has a weekly health column in two newspapers and is the author of several books about living and coping with serious medical conditions.
 
Published October 1, 2009 by Short Books Ltd.
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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