A new memoir from the National Book Award-winning author of "Middle Passage." He writes about the art and craft of writing and what he calls "the truth-telling power of fiction."
Some doctors continue to practice medicine despite a history of incompetence, negligence, or substance abuse. Diane and her guests talk about the nation’s state medical boards and proposals for increasing their effectiveness.
- Cheryl W. Thompson investigative reporter for "The Washington Post"
- Dr. Jane Orient executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons
- Dr. James Thompson president and CEO of the Federation of State Medical Boards
- Dr. Sidney Wolfe director of the Health Research Group at Public Citizen; editor of WorstPills.org
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