Blindsided: Lifting a Life Above Illness: A Reluctant Memoir

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Thorndike Press, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 264 pages
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A New York Times BestsellerIllness came calling when Richard M. Cohen was a twenty-five-year-old television news producer with expectations of a limitless future. For thirty years he battled multiple sclerosis, only to be ambushed by two bouts of colon cancer. With grace, humor, and lyrical prose, Cohen tackles the nature of denial and resilience, the ins and outs of the struggle for emotional health, and the redemptive effects of a loving family.

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Everybody will eventually have an illness. Richard Cohen tells how to cope and have a life despite disabilities. Read full review

Review: Blindsided: Lifting a Life Above Illness: A Reluctant Memoir

User Review  - Pat Barrington - Goodreads

Everybody will eventually have an illness. Richard Cohen tells how to cope and have a life despite disabilities. Read full review

Contents

Preface
13
one A Dream and a Diagnosis
20
two A New Vision
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