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Letting go is a beautiful, difficult true story of death you know from the very first sentence — sara thomas monopoli was pregnant with her first child when her doctors learned that she was going to die — that it is going to be tragic this is a story that atul gawande wrote for the new. Atul gawande (born november 5, 1965) is an american surgeon, writer, and public health researcher he practices general and endocrine surgery at brigham and women's. Subscribe on youtube: the two big unfixables are aging and dying you can't fix those in being.
Letting go should modern atul gawande’s recent commencement address at stanford’s school of medicine graduation “each of. Summary: in the august 2 issue of the new yorker, boston surgeon atul gawande writes about the ambiguities that plague end-of-life care with the candor that makes his writing both so credible and so moving, he acknowledges that, as a physician, he too has great difficulty “letting go” of a dying patient. Atul gawande md, mph, is a surgeon, writer, and public health researcher he has practiced general and endocrine surgery at brigham and women’s hospital since.