My Brain Tumour: One Woman's Uplifting Story
Miembro desde 1996
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Miembro desde 1996
Título: My Brain Tumour: One Woman's Uplifting Story
Editorial: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Condición del libro:New
A detailed account of one womans experience after suddenly being diagnosed with a benign meningioma brain tumor. The symptoms that lead to a diagnosis are nothing more than an irritating, involuntary twitch in the left leg which are self-diagnosed as maybe a trapped nerve in the back. No headaches, no dizziness and certainly no pain. This account reveals the emotional roller coaster that unfolds and the fear experienced by Lynda and her family and friends. Relayed in a day by day diary of events from diagnosis, through surgery to an uplifting successful outcome. The Author supplies further reading and helpful contacts and forums for others who find themselves in the same situation. A proportion of each book sold is donated to Brain Tumour Research.About the Author:
I am a Brain Tumour Survivor. Diagnosed in 2006 with a Benign Meningioma which was surgically removed successfully. I now live in Cyprus with my husband and life is certainly good. My life was rocked when I was diagnosed and I was very scared but I am an optimistic person and believed it could be overcome.
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