Gabriel Weston finds out about an exciting clinical trial in the Netherlands.

Episode Series Trust Me, I'm a Doctor - Could enzymes called endolysins ease eczema symptoms and offer an alternative to antibiotics? - BBC Two

The second book we almost finished as well is Dirty Work by Gabriel Weston. A story of a female surgeon, Nancy, who is suspended from work after she freezes in the operating room. Nancy performs abortions. It's a short book but very powerful and offers the other side of the story from the doctor's point of view.

Dirty Work by Gabriel Weston – review

Gabriel Weston's first book was a memoir that dealt with her decision to leave medicine and become a writer.

Gabriel Weston is an ear, nose and throat surgeon. She says writing Dirty Work -- about an obstetrician-gynecologist -- made her more sensitive to all sides of the debate.

In 'Dirty Work,' A Doctor Turns To Fiction To Talk About Abortion

NEW FICTION WESTON - Dirty Work by Gabriel Weston - A thoughtful exploration of how performing a somewhat controversial procedure has shaped a London doctor.

Gabriel Weston enjoys February by Lisa Moore, a novel about love and loss

February by Lisa Moore: review

Gabriel Weston enjoys February by Lisa Moore, a novel about love and loss

Speaking at Medicine Unboxed: Frontiers - Gabriel Weston.  GABRIEL WESTON is a surgeon and author of the memoir Direct Red, winner of the 2010 PEN/Ackerley Prize and longlisted for The Guardian First Book Award 2009. Her second book Dirty Work, a novel about a female doctor who performs abortions, was published in June 2011.

Gabriel Weston: the surgeon novelist tackling abortion

Gabriel Weston was lauded for the uncompromising surgical precision of her first book, a vivid memoir of her experiences as a junior doctor. For her first novel, she dissects the loaded subject of abortion, she tells Jessamy Calkin.

Catching History's Criminals: The Forensics Story - BBC4. Surgeon Gabriel Weston explores the history and development of forensic science

Catching History's Criminals: The Forensics Story - Surgeon Gabriel Weston explores the history and development of forensic science

Gabriel Weston holding skull of Joan Wolfe

Catching History's Criminals: The Forensics Story

Surgeon Gabriel Weston answers that perennial question: is crossing your legs bad for you?

Episode Series Trust Me, I'm a Doctor - Can crossing my legs give me varicose veins?

Surgeon Gabriel Weston explores why so many people are piling on the pounds – and learns about new ways to fight the flab. She discovers the hidden hormones that control appetite and sees the latest surgery that fundamentally changes what a patient wants to eat – by altering how their brains work.

Surgeon Gabriel Weston explores why so many people are piling on the pounds – and learns about new ways to fight the flab. She discovers the hidden hormones that control appetite and sees the latest surgery that fundamentally changes what a patient wants to eat – by altering how their brains work.

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Ok, so I have been adding to Kason’s baby book and I added some Mother-Son quotes to act as fillers. I wanted to share because any mama can use quotes for baby

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"I have been holding someone's neck open for seven hours".

Direct Red: A Surgeon's Story by Gabriel Weston

"I have been holding someone's neck open for seven hours".

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