Today, he's one of the world's most renowned neurosurgeons.
How does his experience without a father impact his ability to be a good parent?
What does the author know about his mother's mental condition while he is growing up?
Ben's mother, though,convinced him he could make something of his life.
Pure determination pulled Benfrom the bottom of his class to the top.
He continued to soar through high schooland was awarded a scholarship to Yale University. Heshares his experiences with racism and his attempts to fight prejudice, as wellas breathtaking stories in the operating room and surgeries that made headlinesaround the world.
He then attended the Universityof Michigan Medical School and at age 33, became the director of pediatricneurosurgery. One amazing case was when he separated Siamese twins joined atthe head in 22 hours of surgery.When Ben Carson was young, he lacked motivation and hadterrible grades.He grew up without a father, and as he got older, developed adreadful temper that could have landed him in jail.How is he able to maintain his determination throughout his early life and career?How does the author change when he transfers to a predominately Black school in the eighth grade?He has worked medical miracles and saved manylives.This book is an exciting, motivating autobiography about a man wholives to help others.How does the author feel about his mother, once he learns of her psychological struggles?How might the author's perception of his mother change, as he learns more about the brain?Carter was nominated for the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing – Television Film.The film additionally received a Critics' Choice Television Award nomination for Best Movie/Miniseries and four Creative Arts Emmy Award nominations. Ben Carson travels to Germany to meet a couple, Peter and Augusta Rausch, who have twins conjoined at the back of their heads. Carson believes he might be able to successfully separate them, but realizes that he also risks losing one or both of them.