Jonathan Reisman

Internist, pediatrician, naturalist, adventure traveler and author of “The Unseen Body; A Doctor's Journey through the Hidden Wonders of the Human Anatomy”

Internist, pediatrician, naturalist, adventure traveler and author of “The Unseen Body; A Doctor's Journey through the Hidden Wonders of the Human Anatomy”

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Dr. Jonathan Reisman, adventurer and author of “The Unseen Body,” shares his exploration and fascination with the human body, from organs to bodily fluids.

Outside in: Voyages beneath the skin

Dr. Jonathan Reisman, adventurer and author of “The Unseen Body,” shares his exploration and fascination with the human body, from organs to bodily fluids.

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