The Kingdom of the Sick: Narrative Medicine Helps Caregivers and Patients Find Meaning in Illness by Sayantani DasGupta, Sarah Lawrence College Magazine
Holding by Sayantani DasGupta, JAMA – Journal of American Medical Association (2007)
THE BABY HAS TWO SPLINTERS IN HER SUPPLE PALM. ALready, her inflammatory cells have surged into action, and there are angry circles rising around each brown-black shard. She whines miserably, trying to ball her injured appendage into a fist while fending off adults with her good hand.
The Doctor’s Wife by Sayantani DasGupta, Hastings Center Report, Project Muse (2007)
My husband brings his work home. Had he been a butcher, it might have been a prime cut of steak; a mason, a block of limestone. The newspaper reporter brings home fingers covered in ink, and the fishmonger, the smell of the sea. But my husband is an oncologist, so he brings home the dead and dying.
Home to Hopkins
Behind the scenes of Hopkins, the ABC News series filmed at Johns Hopkins Hospital – where the author learned medicine.
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