Gabriel Weston is an ear, nose and throat surgeon. She says writing Dirty Work -- about an obstetrician-gynecologist -- made her more sensitive to all sides of the abortion debate.

Gabriel Weston is an ear, nose and throat surgeon. She says writing Dirty Work -- about an obstetrician-gynecologist -- made her more sensitive to all sides of the abortion debate.

Gabriel Weston enjoys February by Lisa Moore, a novel about love and loss

Gabriel Weston enjoys February by Lisa Moore, a novel about love and loss

BBC iPlayer - Catching History's Criminals: The Forensics Story - 1. A Question of Identity  -  Gabriel Weston explores the history and development of forensic science. The first episode looks at the difficulty of identifying the body in a murder case.

BBC iPlayer - Catching History's Criminals: The Forensics Story - 1. A Question of Identity - Gabriel Weston explores the history and development of forensic science. The first episode looks at the difficulty of identifying the body in a murder case.

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The second book we almost finished as well is Dirty Work by Gabriel Weston. A story of a female surgeon, Nancy, who is suspended from work after she freezes in the operating room. Nancy performs abortions. It's a short book but very powerful and offers the other side of the story from the doctor's point of view.

The second book we almost finished as well is Dirty Work by Gabriel Weston. A story of a female surgeon, Nancy, who is suspended from work after she freezes in the operating room. Nancy performs abortions. It's a short book but very powerful and offers the other side of the story from the doctor's point of view.

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Speaking at Medicine Unboxed: Frontiers - Gabriel Weston.  GABRIEL WESTON is a surgeon and author of the memoir Direct Red, winner of the 2010 PEN/Ackerley Prize and longlisted for The Guardian First Book Award 2009. Her second book Dirty Work, a novel about a female doctor who performs abortions, was published in June 2011.

Speaking at Medicine Unboxed: Frontiers - Gabriel Weston. GABRIEL WESTON is a surgeon and author of the memoir Direct Red, winner of the 2010 PEN/Ackerley Prize and longlisted for The Guardian First Book Award 2009. Her second book Dirty Work, a novel about a female doctor who performs abortions, was published in June 2011.

Surgeon Gabriel Weston answers that perennial question: is crossing your legs bad for you?

Surgeon Gabriel Weston answers that perennial question: is crossing your legs bad for you?

That moment you wake up and for a second you think they're still here... And then reality sinks in and that familiar pain is back.

That moment you wake up and for a second you think they're still here... And then reality sinks in and that familiar pain is back.

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