All of a Piece: A Life with Multiple Sclerosis
For fourteen years, Barbara Webster suffered from multiple sclerosis undetected. Physicians and friends had considered her neurotic with her "imaginary" ailments. Here, she describes the gradual process of accepting life with a chronic, potentially disabling disease.
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