Restoring the patient's voice: the case of Gilda Radner.

  • Artlmr Hawkins
  • Published 1992 in The Yale journal of biology and medicine


In the past few years, the medical case report has been studied as a document that evidences the way the patient and, by extension, the experiential and subjective aspects of an illness tend to be marginalized in contemporary medical theory and practice. First-person narratives about illness, our popular "pathographies," may in part represent our attempt as… (More)

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