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These are ‘passions’ I guess and we are blessed with hosts of quotes from Mandela to Einstein which motivate us to lead more fulfilling lives - Just google them! One of my lifelong passions is golf and throughout my life it has always been there like a old friend whose stories never lose their mirth or warmth... This book by Mark Frost tells the story of the conception of the modern game of golf and in particular sowed the seed of the transatlantic rivalry that germinated with this story and has flourished into the spectacle that descends upon us every other Autumn in the form of the Ryder Cup... Advances in surgical technique, new ideas about the nature of disease and huge innovations in drug manufacture vanquished most common causes of early death, but, since the mid-1970s the rate of development has slowed, and the future of medicine is uncertain... The Rise and Fall of Modern Medicine is both riveting drama and a clarion call for change... There are those that would challenge the ‘Fall’ element of le Fanu's claims and the revised edition doesn't really achieve the desired effect when compared with the original publication in 2002... The book is thought provoking for those of us who feel the pressure and constraints imposed by the current NHS and I would guess that's all of us... We nibble at the other elements, namely elective surgery with out-patient times and surgical procedures firmly ‘on ice’... Are we in free fall? What's the future of the NHS? El-Gingihy provides a provocative, controversial explanation of why the NHS has slipped into disrepair in the past 25 years... If you want to understand the real story behind the headlines and find out how you can preserve the NHS for the future then this book is essential reading.

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These are ‘passions’ I guess and we are blessed with hosts of quotes from Mandela to Einstein which motivate us to lead more fulfilling lives - Just google them! One of my lifelong passions is golf and throughout my life it has always been there like a old friend whose stories never lose their mirth or warmth... This book by Mark Frost tells the story of the conception of the modern game of golf and in particular sowed the seed of the transatlantic rivalry that germinated with this story and has flourished into the spectacle that descends upon us every other Autumn in the form of the Ryder Cup... Advances in surgical technique, new ideas about the nature of disease and huge innovations in drug manufacture vanquished most common causes of early death, but, since the mid-1970s the rate of development has slowed, and the future of medicine is uncertain... The Rise and Fall of Modern Medicine is both riveting drama and a clarion call for change... There are those that would challenge the ‘Fall’ element of le Fanu's claims and the revised edition doesn't really achieve the desired effect when compared with the original publication in 2002... The book is thought provoking for those of us who feel the pressure and constraints imposed by the current NHS and I would guess that's all of us... We nibble at the other elements, namely elective surgery with out-patient times and surgical procedures firmly ‘on ice’... Are we in free fall? What's the future of the NHS? El-Gingihy provides a provocative, controversial explanation of why the NHS has slipped into disrepair in the past 25 years... If you want to understand the real story behind the headlines and find out how you can preserve the NHS for the future then this book is essential reading.

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