The Killing Fields: A New Hope is the new anthology of books by renowned pediatric eye surgeon Dr. John C. Miller.
Miller is the only surgeon to have successfully treated more than 1,000 children in one surgery.
He has a PhD in ophthalmology from Yale and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
The Killing Grounds was published in November by Little, Brown and Company.
He recently spoke with the Huffington Post about his new book.
How do you describe your approach to child-rearing?
I look at my patients and ask: what does your child need?
That’s what I look for in my patients.
I’m looking for the most vulnerable of children, those with learning disabilities, those who are very vulnerable, those whose families are struggling.
I look at what is needed in my child’s care and then I go about my work.
What I need in my patient’s life is the same thing I want in my own life.
I am not trying to find the perfect solution for everyone, I am looking for a very simple, very simple way to do what I do.
What are some of the best examples of successful child care for children?
I have seen some amazing things in my work, and I want to tell you a few.
For one, there are so many kids in my practice who do not have any medical training.
I saw an eight-year-old boy who was going through some medical problems.
He had a tumor in his eye and he was having difficulty seeing.
He came to me, told me that he didn’t have the proper vision and he could never have a normal vision.
We decided to see if we could make the boy see.
He got to a certain point, we were talking about two months, and then we made the decision to have surgery.
The kid is now seeing great results, and he is doing fine.
The second thing is that in my first two childrens surgeries, I saw the best of my patients in the whole world.
It’s amazing what a difference you can make with just your body.
I’m very excited about this book.
I really like the way you take care of your patients.
What was the most challenging aspect of writing the book?
There are two parts.
The first part is the work that is actually happening in your practice.
The other part is just getting through to patients.
There is a very, very small portion of patients who don’t have a lot of time to see a doctor.
I don’t know how to explain it to you, but I want you to know that when you see a patient for the first time, it is very important that you don’t rush, because you don�t want to lose the patient.
I also wanted to put it into perspective.
When I went to my first surgery, I didn’t even have a phone, I had to call a friend of mine.
I called a friend in Boston, and my friend called me back.
When the phone rings, it means that a patient is seeing a doctor, and the doctor is going to have a visit.
That’s how I feel about a patient.
When you go through a surgery, what do you do for the patient?
When you come to the operating table, you have to work with the surgeon to get your patient into the operating room.
The surgeon does all the work, but he is still in a hospital setting, and his patient is still not there.
So you have a big decision to make.
Are you going to bring the patient to the hospital, or are you going for a walk around the room?
When I was in the operating theater for my first operation, I was working on a patient, and when I came to the table, I told the surgeon that I was not going to take the patient, but that I would go get a drink of water, and if the patient had to go to the toilet, I would do that.
When you have two patients in your operating room, it makes it a lot more difficult to have patients in a group.
The biggest challenge in a surgery is that you have so many different patients.
And the patients are so different.
They have different needs, different personalities, different needs for things that we normally do with our patients.
You are dealing with people who are totally different than the other patients.
It makes it very difficult to talk to them and understand what they need.
And it is even more difficult when the patient is a toddler.
You have to keep the patient in a special room for a long time.
Is that going to be the same for children and teenagers?
It is going do it for children.
What is the best part of working with children?
One of the things that I really enjoy about my patients is that they are very understanding, very loving, very caring, very supportive.
They are just a different type of person. They don�ve got any sense of entitlement or superiority, but they do have this incredible gift