To my Beloved Nubian people of color, and those who are interested in this book entitled My Story My Way. The problem that I faced, and went through my everyday life. What I say in this book, may not be for everybody. If you`re not interested, either throw the book away or give it to someone else. You`ll be wasting your time and mine.
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A person without a functioning liver will die. Until a mere 30 years ago, there was no solution for millions suffering from many forms of liver disease, one of which is Hepatitis C, The Silent Killer. The Solution? Transplantation. LIVER TRANSPLANT: MY STORY describes my experience from the first moment of realization that my liver was diseased through to the pre-transplant, actual transplant, and post-transplant periods. It makes clear what the body is going through and what it will go through. All medical descriptions are defined in layman's terms and made completely understandable. It answers many questions such as, "What does the liver do?" This book is written for all those patients who are transplant candidates. It attempts to allay the anxiety they may have as they approach unknown territory. It makes the unknown known, thereby removing the mystery of the impending experience. It also speaks loudly of the inherent value of believing that all will be well. It assures the patient that the miracle of transplantation transforms what had been a death sentence into a gift of life. And here I am, writing all about it.
• I laughed, I cried, I saw what true strength is. • I give so much to others and through this book I gave so much to myself, Mark Stewart. • One word prevails and that is “STRENGTH”. • An EPIC JOURNEY OF STRENGTH. This book was sponsored by: OMS (ONTARIO MEDICAL SUPPLY) 1100 ALGOMA RD. OTTAWA, ONTARIO K1B 0A3 TEL: 613-244-8620; 1-800-267-1069 FAX: 613-244-4686, 1-800-804-1112
- Author : Dave Nathan
- Publisher : Lulu Press, Inc
- Release Date : 2018-05-24
- Genre : Science
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : 9781483485249
Welcome to my book, this is my story and observations of when I suffered and survived a life threatening major stroke in my mid forties not so long ago. It is a 100% frank account with no elaboration. Those who know me will know and understand my turn of phrase anyway and hopefully this book sounds like me. The main reason for me writing this was during my recovery I was trying to get answers to my own personal questions which is very frustrating, VERY! I have written this in my own words exactly how it happened for me. so if you, the reader, can identify with a chapter, a paragraph or even a phrase, something that can lift you or take away some frustration that you will feel at some point, then this book has done its job. This is my story, events, opinions, observations and thoughts from having the stroke, through my early and ongoing recovery and finishes with my 10km run for the Stroke Association less than three years later.
Born in 1883 in the Dakota Territories, Gemma LaGuardia Gluck was the daughter of an American bandleader and European mother of aristocratic Italian Jewish lineage. She was the sister of beloved New York Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia. Gemma and her Hungarian Jewish husband were living in Budapest in 1944 when Nazi troops stormed the city. The Gestapo arrested her as a political prisoner because she was LaGuardia's sister. In her own words she recounts the plight of Budapest's Jews, deportation to Mauthausen with her husband, and enslavement at Ravensbruck, a notorious concentration camp for women. With painful sensitivity she chronicles unspeakable evil, kindness at great risk, and courage among women in a prefeminist world. Most of Gemma's story tells of the ordeal she and her family endured during the Holocaust and after in displaced persons camps. But she also recalls girlhood in the Old West, Native Americans befriended by her mother, international travel with her father, and her brother's ambitions and rise to success. She remembers fondly balmy days in prewar Budapest, and her return to postwar New York City where she lived until her death in 1962.