A Dyslexic Doc's Memoirs

Ian Whyte, a Cambridge graduate family doctor, was born in pre apartheid South Africa It is his firm belief that his writings may possibly save the life of an unsuspecting someone walking around with early, undiagnosed breast or prostate cancer Filled with warm and humorous anecdotes, Ian shares his life stories with candor and humanism This is his life, with its full Ian Whyte, a Cambridge graduate family doctor, was born in pre apartheid South Africa It is his firm belief that his writings may possibly save the life of an unsuspecting someone walking around with early, undiagnosed breast or prostate cancer Filled with warm and humorous anecdotes, Ian shares his life stories with candor and humanism This is his life, with its full life of life spectrum Adulterous heartbreak to Zulu murder witnessed Entering junior school at age six, Ian s inability to read and write was quickly obvious Yet, with his dyslexic brain computer, Ian s Windows 36 he graduated from Cambridge University Medical School in 1955 still unable to read The author did not discover penicillin, but surmounting monumental Dyslexia was his Everest He was 41 when he first learned to read Ian Whyte was a family practitioner in Montreal Canada for twenty years, and in Phoenix, Arizona for fifteen years He retired at age 62 with a diagnosis of prostate cancer This book is a treasure Read it You will find yourself smiling, bursting with laughter, and even raising an eyebrow or two at some of Ian s saucy tales
A Dyslexic Doc s Memoirs Ian Whyte a Cambridge graduate family doctor was born in pre apartheid South Africa It is his firm belief that his writings may possibly save the life of an unsuspecting someone walking around with

  • Title: A Dyslexic Doc's Memoirs
  • Author: Ian Whyte
  • ISBN: 9780980204001
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. As noted in this book's subtitle, it encompasses a wide range of topics through the eyes of Dr. Ian Whyte. Born in pre-Apartheid South Africa, severely dyslexic, at a time before dyslexia was even readily recognized, Dr. Whyte learned to use his in borne skills to adapt and learn without being able to read. In fact, using these adapted skills he was even able to graduate from the prestigious Cambridge University in England as a doctor and did not learn to read until later in life at age 41. This [...]

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