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This book was written by Paul Kalanithi. He was an Indian American neurologist. His book “When Breath Becomes Air” is a diary about his life and disease, fighting stage IV metastatic lung tumor. It was distributed after his death by Random House in January 2016. He was diagnosed with this disease in 2013 and died in 2015.This book makes it to the list of New York Times best-seller non-fiction books. The writer was born in 1977 and lived in New York. He also had two brothers.
At the age of thirty-six, nearly finishing 10 years’ preparation as a neurosurgeon, Paul Kalanithi was determined to have inoperable lung malignancy. One day he was a specialist treating the withering, the following he was a patient attempting to live. At the point when Breath Becomes Air annals Kalanithi’s change from a therapeutic understudy asking what makes a high-minded and significant life into a neurosurgeon working in the center of human character – the mind – lastly into a patient and another father.
What makes life worth living despite death? What do you do when life has disastrously interfered? What is having a kid as your own particular life blurs away? Paul Kalanithi passed on while chipping away at this significantly moving book, yet his words live on as a manual for all of us. At the point when Breath Becomes Air is an invigorating reflection on confronting our mortality and on the relationship amongst specialist and patient, from a talented essayist who got to be both.