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The Girl Who Died Twice: The Libby Zion Case and the Hidden Hazards of Hospitals

"A devastating expose of how modern teaching hospitals work."

--Journal of the American Medical Association


"Robins lands squarely on a most interesting question: How can we balance the need of young physicians to assume responsibility for patients against the need of patients to have experienced doctors?.... The Girl Who Died Twice is a thorough recounting of the Libby Zion story...."

--The New England Journal of Medicine


"A balanced, informative and highly readable account, and a valuable insight into American medical education and practice..."

--The Lancet


"Troubling... Thoroughly researched and expertly told."

--Library Journal


"Conscientiously balanced... Written with admirable thoroughness."

--Francine Prose, Newsday


"Carefully researched and finely crafted."

--The Nation