3. Kinnell, H. G. (2000). “Serial homicide by doctors: Shipman in perspective.” BMJ 321(7276): 1594-7. 4. Baker, R. (2004). “Implications of Harold Shipman for general practice.” Postgrad Med J 80(944): 303-6; discussion 307-8. 5. Cherian SM, Nicks R, et al. (2001). “Ernst Ferdinand Sauerbruch: rise and fall of the pioneer of thoracic surgery.” World Journal of Surgery 25: 1012-1020. Zeena Nackerdien obtained a PhD degree in Biochemistry from the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa. Zeena has been a research chemist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Maryland and a senior research associate at The Rockefeller University in New York. She is the author of several publications in scientific journals and has also written many books in different genres. As a scientist turned patient advocate and writer, she is intensely interested in building relationships with people from different cultures through storytelling and education. Her books include American Voices, Lethal Copycats, Butterflies, The African Piper of Harlem, The Heroine Next Door, Mist over Peace, Scatterlings, A few good women in science and engineering, Perspectives on Type 2 Diabetes, and the HIV/TB/Diabetes resource kit. Zeena currently lives in Brooklyn, New York.