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No-Nonsense Guides by Moira Dolan, MD
Get a thoroughly researched, unbiased account of the virtues and hazards of everyday medications doctors prescribe: antibiotics, cholesterol medications and psychiatric drugs.
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From Moira Dolan, MD
In this age of managed healthcare and eight-minute medical exams, doctors often neglect giving patients the pros and cons of their recommended treatment and medication. When they do attempt to explain their rationale, they often use medical language which is incomprehensible to the layperson.
My passion is empowering patients to make fully informed decisions about their healthcare through easy-to-understand educational materials on medical issues and pharmaceuticals. We owe it to ourselves to question our healthcare providers on the risks of the treatment and drugs they prescribe before giving our consent. This is known as “Informed Consent” and it is a part of the Code of Medical Ethics.
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Here’s to your health and knowledge,
Moira Dolan, MD
Moira Dolan: Medical Doctor. Author. Advocate.
Moira Dolan, MD, describes herself as “a doctor for the layperson.” Yet, as you will discover, she is not your typical doctor. Here is a medical professional who cannot be bought; a patients’ rights advocate who has dedicated her life to empowering others to make sound, often life-changing medical decisions.
Released in March 2020, Dr. Dolan’s new groundbreaking book—Boneheads & Brainiacs: Heroes and Scoundrels of the Nobel Prize in Medicine—gives an insider’s look into the little-known backstories of past Nobel Prize winners in the medical field.
TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR HEALTHCARE
In keeping with her mission to educate laypeople on health and pharmaceutical issues, Dr. Dolan has created her No-Nonsense series of books:
- No-Nonsense Guide to Cholesterol Medications
- No-Nonsense Guide to Antibiotics
- No-Nonsense Guide to Psychiatric Drugs
Get the straight facts about these everyday medications.