Publishers Weekly reviewed Susan Levenstein's Dottoressa: An American Doctor in Rome :“While sharing the many difficulties she’s faced as an outsider to the Italian health-care system—with its piles of paperwork, unwritten rules, and old boy networks—Levenstein also writes a love letter to Italy . . . The first chapters recount, with a combination... [Details]
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