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A Caregiver' Story "I love your writing style. I just started your book and I can't put it down. I love the fact that when you quote statistics that are bad you always say things have improved and survival rates are better today."
— Marnie CNS Lymphoma survivor
"I just finished your book and found it very moving and very familiar."
— Marilyn , Guillain Barre survivor
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Time Savers or Complications? E-readers: Your portability depends on your battery. During a recent long plane ride, absorbed in Atlas Shrugged and in the midst of John Galt’s speech, a little box in the middle of the screen on my … Continue reading
Keeping Up With the Times Right here in the title we have an “old-day” expression. Elders seem to do that. I am no exception. We know we have really bombed (probably another outdated expression) when we say something and … Continue reading
Guillain Barre is an unpredictable disease. It strikes suddenly, damages the body in various ways and parts, and after rampaging through the peripheral nerves, leaves its victim weak and paralyzed, many times in pain, and facing an uncertain future. Many … Continue reading