Doctor Without Borders

April 2011
Guideposts;Apr2011, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p42
In this article Sanjay Gupta, a medical correspondent of CNN and a neurosurgeon reveals how he got into this profession and his general life. From his childhood he was fascinated by the work of doctors especially when his grandfather was hospitalized. He took up writing because he loved doing that and also started writing for small magazines and newspapers. He loves the social service which doctors provide through their profession and wants doctors to serve without boundaries.


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