"It is rare to find personal patient experience, Web-based medical guidance and easy-to-follow health content in a single source. Schorr beautifully demonstrates how people looking to take charge of their health care can use the Internet as a valuable resource for understanding, coping and obtaining guidance." (Nehal N. Mehta, M.D., M.S., FACP, FAHA, Director of Inflammatory Risk, Preventive Cardiology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine)
"Trying to navigate medical information on the Web can be overwhelming and take time away from one’s personal recovery process.
The Web-Savvy Patient helps patients focus on obtaining the most useful resources and advocating for their own best health. This accelerates the healing process, which is the most important benefit of all." (Pat Elliott, E-patient advocate and cancer survivor)
The Web-Savvy Patient draws from Andrew Schorr’s own experiences as a patient with a serious illness, a reporter and a medical communicator. He writes from the heart with insight and hard-earned knowledge." (Tom Linden, M.D., Director, Medical and Science Journalism Program, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)