Leyla Sanai

I was the NME’s squarest journalist

There was very little sex, drugs or rock ‘n’ roll

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Leyla Sanai
Dr Leyla Sanai is a Persian-British writer and retired doctor who worked as a physician, intensivist, and consultant anaesthetist before developing severe scleroderma and antiphospholipid syndrome

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