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Jon Franklin
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This book tells of the origin of the trauma system in our country today. It is a must read of everyone still, since trauma centers are closing annually. This book makes clear why we still need trauma centers. The Shock Trauma Center, in Baltimore, Maryland, is an amazing place with heroic people, performing a job that is beyond our grasp to to understand, nor deal with. Th
Published May 1st 1990 by Fawcett Books (first published 1980)
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Great book! One of my favorite books of all time. It has had a big influence on some of my philosophies on how people should be treated.
Interesting to read about the beginning of the place that I'm working. Didn't realize it was so political.
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