A Migraine in Room 3 A Stroke in Room 4
(This) "book celebrates a doctor in tune with his patients. He lovingly records their comments--wise, pithy humorous, sometimes irreverent--which made this book precious. Dr. Schanfield is a wise physician, humble and grateful for a long and rewarding life in medicine. He is also gravely concerned. In his book, he sounds the alarm. With threats all around we must preserve the essence of doctoring--the physician-patient relationship--increasingly under siege." David C. Anderson, MD. Professor of Neurology and Past chairman of Neurology, University of Minnesota.