To Bind Up Their Wounds

Author: H. Ward Trueblood
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1453595198
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To Bind Up Their Wounds forms a poetic memoir spanning two generations of men living in peace and in wartime. Dr. Trueblood’s father’s fifty year career as a country doctor was punctuated by a three year stint over seas in World War II. The author’s forty years in general surgery was permanently colored by a year in a hospital unit in DaNang Vietnam. There is a sense that medicine for both father and son was much more than a profession; it was a calling and a passion, and served as a great opening into the lives of peoples.
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