diabetic ulcers page may have left some of you scratching your heads. Readers who have enjoyed A Leg to Stand On will get the connections. Let's consider a few. One. Oliver Sacks is our best clinical writer, period. Two. The story he tells will interest anyone whose identity suddenly revolves around being a patient. Three. One man's odd change of relationship with his leg may help others experiencing neuropathy and living with the prospect or the reality of amputation. If you think this is a stretch, just wait. We will occasionally rotate our selections. And by the time we reach migraine this title will get the heave-ho to make way for Migraine (1970).
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