Paper Bullets Of The Brain. A Neurologist's Story.
Published 2003 · Medicine
IN 1993, when interviewing me for the archives of the Royal College of Physicians, Dr Max Blythe suggested that I write my autobiography. Never reluctant to take pen to paper, I put this suggestion to my family. Their answer was unequivocal — “No, Dad, no. Nothing exciting has ever happened to you. You’ve led a charmed life”. However, as a person who even enjoys filling in questionnaires, I found it hard to resist the invitation of the Editor of the Journal to reminisce about my decision to undertake a medical career, the mentors who guided me and the influences in my chosen pathway to become a clinical investigator.