An amazing interview by Terry Gross, Host of NPR program Fresh Air on the recent publication of Dr Henry Marsh’s book “Do No Harm”. On this podcast, Terry uses her unique style in a fascinating talk with Dr. Marsh.
From NPR – Neurosurgeon Henry Marsh has opened heads, cut into brains and performed the most delicate and risky surgeries on the part of the body that controls everything — including breathing, movement, memory and consciousness.
“What is, I think, peculiar about brain surgery is it’s so dangerous,” Marsh tells Fresh Air’s Terry Gross. “A very small area of damage to the brain can cause catastrophic disability for the patient.”
Also, here is the link to the New Yorker article on Dr Marsh we published a few weeks ago.
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