A Short Life is a compassionate, funny and hard hitting account of life written by an unforgettable young man facing his own mortality. This short, compelling book provides remarkable insight into being both a doctor and a patient, and is a simple, beautiful story of growing up. All proceeds from A Short Life will go to the Jim Slotnick Fellowship in Medicine Endowment Fund.
A Short Life is a compassionate, funny and hard hitting account of life written by an unforgettable young man facing his own mortality.
Jim Slotnick entered medical school in 1981 with his sights set on a career as a “country doctor,” catering to those with limited access to quality health care. Within twelve months, however, he was diagnosed with a brain tumor. What followed was an odyssey of dealing with the health care system and its practitioners, the challenges of a fatal disease and Jim’s own mortality staring him in the face. Through it all, he wrote. Jim’s stunningly compassionate, funny and hard hitting account of life will amaze you.
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