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Do No Harm (2014) is the memoir of leading London neurosurgeon Henry Marsh, whose stories and recollections offer an insightful glimpse into the operating room. Marsh has discovered so much in his profession, and that much in his vocation and life falls into a moral grey field.

Henry Marsh is regarded as one of the most eminent neurosurgeons in the United Kingdom, and he has been the subject of two documentary films. As a senior specialist at St. George's Hospital in London, he aided in the development of a novel surgical technique that holds patients awake by local anaesthesia in order to minimise brain damage during surgery.
  • Medical students
  • Those who are interested in the life of a surgeon
  • People who are about to undergo surgery