Living In Emergency: Stories Of Doctors Without Borders has been reviewed just once.
These doctors go to these disease-ridden, famine-ravaged, apocolyptic war zones and are right on the front line of medicine, where, at worst they'll lose their lives, and at best, their sanity. And they have to do it all without their fancy tools, their endless supply of medicine and their ethic boards. But why? Because they're fucking heroes, that's why. And, I suppose, because knowing whether someone lives or dies being entirely dependant on your actions must be fairly exhilarating.