People have been asking Dr Hilary Jones 'what's up, Doc?' pretty much constantly ever since he qualified as a doctor over thirty years ago. Once he appeared on TV-AM and became the nation's favourite medic, those questions came thicker and faster - from worried members of the public in the street as well as opportunistic celebrities in the green room.
Nowadays, in addition to his regular appearances on GMTV, Dr Hilary is a General Practitioner with a surgery full of people dying to ask him about their unexplained lumps and suspicious moles. Colleagues at work stop him in the corridor to ask about their child's leukaemia or their aged parent's dementia. At dinner parties people ask him about their haemorrhoids and strangers approach him in the pub to hear his take on methadone and whether the NHS should supply it for free.
Hilary Jones's book is a highly entertaining read which reveals just what is up with this particular doc...show more