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Medical charts tell only a skewed fraction of what actually occurs
during a patient’s hospitalization. Contained within this file are the
complete stories of what befell seven patients treated at the University
Hospital and their role in transforming an innocent medical student
into not just a physician, but something much darker.
Mok never knew colostomies could be prostituted, cancers infested by
maggots, or that TEN is the most lethal number … until he began medical
school. Having spent more time interviewing prostitutes than treating
heart attacks, Raj’s first year of clinical medicine taught him one
thing: outrageous patients make for excellent training.
Seven patients. Six stories. One hospital.
Not for the faint of heart.