|2006-2008 Interviews & Features|
|PW, Across Continents, Interview - December 1, 2008|
After two searing memoirs, Abraham Verghese writes Cutting for Stone (Reviews, Oct. 27), an epic novel following twin brothers born to a South Indian nun in Ethiopia who grow up to become doctors. What made you turn to fiction after such success with memoir?...
|Stanford Bio-ethics, Verghese Interview, Q-A - October 2008|
Dr. Verghese, a belated welcome! How are you enjoying your time at Stanford? I?m loving it! It?s been a wonderful transition. Great weather and I think for the first time in my medical career, I?m doing exactly what I wanted to do. I think a job is always a combination...
|Medical Center Report - March 2008|
The guest speaker, Abraham Verghese, MD, looked in with surprise at the dozen people seated in the public affairs office. "I thought this was a one-on-one meeting," said the professor of medicine, who was newly recruited to raise the profile of clinical training...
|Sunday Times of India, Q-A with Dr Verghese - October 2006|
How do you think your books have helped the cause of AIDS awareness? When I wrote about my experiences with HIV, I really thought that I was telling the story of a mysterious coming together of people with HIV in a small rural town. But inevitably, I suppose...
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