My Own Country: A Doctor's Story of a Town and Its People in the Age of AIDS Short Answer Test - Answer Key

Abraham Verghese
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1. What is the nickname interns gave Johnson City Medical Center?

Miracle Center.

2. After a code blue was called on a young man admitted in August of 1985 to the Johnson City Medical Center, who performed the chest compression?

A beefy intern.

3. How many men flew from New York to see the young man admitted to Johnson City Medical Center August 1985?

2.

4. What color boots did one of the men have who flew from New York to see the young man who was admitted to Johnson City Medical Center in August, 1985?

Purple.

5. When did the young man admitted to the Johnson City Medical Center August of 1985 die?

3 weeks later.

6. How long after the first AIDS patient is treated in Johnson City does Abraham return to Tennessee?

2 months.

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