Also on stage was the elegant Siddhartha Mukherjee, a cancer doctor and author of the bestselling The Emperor of All maladies.
Her debut collection of stories, Interpreter of maladies, won the Pulitzer Prize and the PEN/Hemingway Award.
We may think that of all the maladies that can be visited upon the human body, death itself would be the easiest to diagnose.
These two maladies that he makes fun of, millions of people, millions of people are affected by these diseases.
Such awful outcomes for Medicaid patients are found in a variety of studies looking at cancer, heart problems, and other maladies.
Was it his fault that the doctors could not cure their maladies?
I have gout, asthma, and seven other maladies, but am otherwise very well.
Consequently gout and plethora were never found among the maladies of her inmates.
The most prevalent of these maladies are spinal curvature and myopia.
He watched them so carefully that he knew all their maladies.
malady mal·a·dy (māl'ə-dē)
A disease, disorder, or ailment.