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When Breath Becomes Air: Shortened Version By Paul Kalanithi When Breath Becomes Air Shortened Version This is a SHORTENED VERSION of the original book not the original book itself the purpose here is to help you understand the original book faster and better When Breath Becomes Air Book Shortened int
  • Title: When Breath Becomes Air: Shortened Version
  • Author: Paul Kalanithi
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  • Page: 422
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  • When Breath Becomes Air: Shortened Version By Paul Kalanithi This is a SHORTENED VERSION of the original book, not the original book itself the purpose here is to help you understand the original book faster and better When Breath Becomes Air Book Shortened into 35 pages or less When Breath Becomes Air is a bestselling book written by Paul Kalanithi The book is actually a memoir, which embodies both the life and death of o This is a SHORTENED VERSION of the original book, not the original book itself the purpose here is to help you understand the original book faster and better When Breath Becomes Air Book Shortened into 35 pages or less When Breath Becomes Air is a bestselling book written by Paul Kalanithi The book is actually a memoir, which embodies both the life and death of one man When Breath Becomes Air is s Best Book of 2016, which only emphasize the overall quality of the book But before we say something about the book, let s say something about the author Paul Kalanithi, besides being a great writer, is also an excellent neurosurgeon He studied English literature and human biology, which earned him two B.A degrees and also an M.A at the University of Stanford Kalanithi also went to Cambridge in order to study medicine there There he managed to earn an M Phil both in philosophy and in the history of medicine But that was not all He also managed to graduate cum laude from Yale School of Medicine and after his residency and post doctoral study back at Stanford, Kalanithi received highest possible honors for his research and studies Unfortunately, Paul Kalanithi died in 2015, while working on his book When Breath Becomes Air In the book, the author starts by writing about his coming of age both as a writer and medical professional Later in the book we read about author s chronicles and his battle with stage IV lung cancer
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    1. Paul Kalanithi

      Paul Kalanithi, M.D was a neurosurgeon and writer Paul grew up in Kingman, Arizona, before attending Stanford University, from which he graduated in 2000 with a B.A and M.A in English Literature and a B.A in Human Biology He earned an M.Phil in History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine from the University of Cambridge before attending medical school In 2007, Paul graduated cum laude from the Yale School of Medicine, winning the Lewis H Nahum Prize for outstanding research and membership in the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society He returned to Stanford for residency training in Neurological Surgery and a postdoctoral fellowship in neuroscience, during which he authored over twenty scientific publications and received the American Academy of Neurological Surgery s highest award for research.Paul s reflections on doctoring and illness he was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer in 2013, though he never smoked have been published in The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Paris Review Daily, in addition to interviews in academic settings and media outlets such as MSNBC Paul completed neurosurgery residency in 2014 Paul died in March, 2015, while working on When Breath Becomes Air, an unforgettable, life affirming reflection on the challenge of facing mortality and on the relationship between doctor and patient, from a gifted writer who became both He is survived by his wife Lucy and their daughter Cady.

    927 thoughts on “When Breath Becomes Air: Shortened Version”

    1. I basically cried my way through this book I recently lost my father, who was very dear to me, to cancer It amazes me how I could relate to the doctors visits, hospital stays, and even the last days of his life Even though I am not terminal ill, at the moment, I too share similar thoughts with regards to the meaning of life and its purpose It was a good read, I couldn t put it down once I opened it and read it in one day I will probably go back and reread some sections to get understanding.


    2. TruthThis book tells the truth of how a doctor became a patient and how he learned about that relationship.Emotional



    3. Deeply real, deeply raw, exquisitely moving Not only does this book script the questioning of life purpose fulfilled, it beckons us to explore perspective on multiple levels Just one facet of intrigue propelled by his writing is how Dr Kalanithi speaks of patient and doctor perspective after experiencing both intimately Such evaluation is not privy to just the medical field, it exists in all relationship The giver and the receiver All questioning delicately intertwined and seemingly unraveled in [...]


    4. A good read A book about how to live and make the most of your days than how to die Reminds me of my mother who truly lived every day even when suffering from cancer.





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