Danger and Fraud: Doctors’ Errors

Eduard Lerner


In this biographical presentation of the world of medicine in the Soviet Union, Europe, and the U.S., Dr. Lerner presents many interesting cases where doctors were inclined to overlook the cases and defended their original diagnostics despite the obvious facts that contradicted it.

The book includes a variety of personal stories about medicine including a chapter in which Dr. Lerner was a direct participant: “How Garry Kasparov Became the World Chess Champion”.

Dr. Lerner has received a number of international awards for his innovative and groundbreaking discoveries.

205 pages; hardcover