Mentored by a madman the william burroughs experiment andrew was appointed as consultant neurologist to the national hospitals in 1982 he tells us that he had a shortened version of his earlier worn shoulder length hair and his northern english accent may have been softer. An intriguing but often highly specialist account of the findings and failings of medical research mentored by a madman is a book written by a consultant neurologist who details his experiences with research towards finding a cure for parkinsons disease a common and incredibly disabling neurological condition he recounts how his research was inspired throughout his life by the writings of the author william burroughs. Mentored by a madman the william borroughs experiment by andrew j lees notting hill editions 2016 gbp1499 hb 192pp isbn 9781910749104 volume 211 issue 4. In the first chapters of his autobiographical book mentored by a madman the william burroughs experiment professor andrew j lees md a neurologist known worldwide for his contributions to the understanding and treatment of parkinsons disease and other movement disorders describes his early beginnings as a brilliant medical student at . Mentored by a madman is both an exotic memoir and a passionate appeal for a more humane approach to bio medical research in associating himself with burroughs professor lees is arguing that potential breakthroughs in the treatment of neuro degenerative diseases are most likely to come from a relaxation of the stringent controls surrounding the profession
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