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The Myth of Dr. Kugelman
David Margolis MD
The Myth of Dr. Kugelman

Starring such characters as Zeus, Asclepius, King Midas, and Hercules, this humorous 21st century Greek myth follows the adventures of one troubled
gastroenterologist as he attempts to make sense of his personal life while treating the belly aches of the mighty god Zeus.

"The Myth of Dr. Kugelman follows both the plight
of the Greek god Zeus and the earthbound Dr.
Norman Kugelman, a gastroenterologist in New
Jersey. Zeus is suffering from pains in his gut, and
no one on Mt. Olympus can help him, so he makes
his way to earth in the hope that Dr. Kugelman can
cure him. It’s a slightly outrageous, always
humorous novel that will appeal to everyone,
whether they suffer from gastrointestinal distress or not."
Wyn Cooper, poet & author

About the Author
Dr. David Margolis received his medical degree at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg Canada. After completing a residency in Internal Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio, 
Publisher: Uranus Publishing Company, LLC
Language: English
ISBN-13: 978-0991215423
Product Dimensions: 5 X 7
Price: $12.95
Kindle: $4.95
and a fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis, he practiced gastroenterology in the suburbs of St. Louis for thirty-six years before retiring in 2013. 

David's stories have appeared in several medical journals as well as, Long Story Short, and Still Crazy. He resides in Creve Coeur, Missouri, with his wife, two poodles, and a set of golf clubs.

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Can a mere mortal cure Zeus’s thunderous gut?
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