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Suture Self: A Book of Medical Cartoons by New Yorker Cartoonist
Synopses & Reviews
No need for a second opinion--this collection is a healthy dose of funny.
New Yorker cartoonist Leo Cullum found a different way to beat colon cancer: by creating cartoons that poked fun at the medical industry with his all-too-true medical-themed new work, Suture Self.
With observations like "It was a rare, but serious, side effect" and "This IS a second opinion. At first, I thought you had something else." you will literally split your sides.
This book should be in every doctor's office waiting room.
Laughter is the best medicine. No copay required.
* Includes over 100 medical-themed cartoons that will leave readers feeling great. This is a perfect get-well gift idea.
* More than 800 of Leo's cartoons have appeared in The New Yorker since 1977.
* Cullum's work has also appeared regularly in Barrons and the Harvard Business Review, and has been featured at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
About the Author
Leo Cullum is a retired commercial airline pilot who lives in Malibu, CA. When he wasn't flying the friendly skies, Leo was making his cartoons take off; he's published hundreds of them. Leo is also a proud cancer survivor.
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