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Give My Regards to Black Jack - Ep32 Contradiction Upon Contradiction (English version) - cover

Give My Regards to Black Jack - Ep32 Contradiction Upon Contradiction (English version)

Shuho Sato

Publisher: My Ebook Publishing House

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Summary

"Give My Regards to BLACK JACK" is one of the most popular Manga comics series in Japan.This work has recorded the smashing success of 13 million sales in Japan. Intern Eijiro Saito discovers that the reality awaiting him at the ultra-prestigious Eiroku University Hospital is one of brutally long hours for a paltry monthly salary of less than $500. His patients-first idealism crashes head-on into a medical system that's a veritable tangle of contradictions and competing interests.

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