How often is the obituary of a physician published in The Arts Section of The NY TIMES? Oliver Sacks, M.D. was a giant in medicine and literature. Dr. Sacks was a living hero of mine. R.I.P. my dearest Oliver. Charles Clanton Rogers, M.D.
Dr. Oliver Sacks was a neurologist and best-selling author who explored the brain’s strangest pathways. His work touched Hollywood, theater, even opera, and his legacy lasts in the stories he told. By POH SI TENG on Publish Date August 30, 2015. Photo by Sara Krulwich/The New York Times. Watch in Times Video »
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Oliver Sacks in 2001.An Appraisal: Oliver Sacks, Casting Light on the Interconnectedness of LifeAUG. 30, 2015
Books of The Times: Review: Oliver Sacks Looks at His Life in ‘On the Move’APRIL 27, 2015
Oliver SacksBooks of The Times: Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain – Oliver Sacks – Book ReviewNOV. 20, 2007 Continue reading the main story
Diana Moses 18 minutes ago
In his realms, Dr. Sacks apparently excelled on the terms of those realms. But what fascinates me is that his patterns look like those of a…
the doctor 30 minutes ago
What an extraordinary man! A neurological guru who wrote with such clarity and precision that his every insight brought to the reader a kind…
Mary Fran 31 minutes ago
In my work with patients who have dementia, Dr. Sacks always reminded me to stay focused on “their creative spirit.” More recently, Dr….
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