An Unremarkable Man

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WinePress Publishing, 2010 - Brain - 196 pages
Author Jerry Kline came face-to-face with one of life's greatest challenges, a high-grade brain tumor-the type from which people usually don't survive. Although initially shocked and stunned, Kline met the tumor head-on and recovered. Join the author and his family as they are thrust into the unfamiliar world of cancer, surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, and MRIs. Journey with them through the ups and downs, detours, and victories over a brain tumor which, although removed years ago, has attempted two comebacks. The battle isn't completely over! Jerry must constantly stay on guard and be prepared to fight it again, at any time. Striving to lead an honorable, Christian life, Jerry works hard to keep the Kline clan running smoothly. He's not interested in worldly gossip, in fact, he states, "I try to mind my own business. Why can't my brain do the same?"
 

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Contents

A Survivors Story Part II Fighting Back
27
A Survivors Story Part III The Long Run
83
A Survivors Story Part IV Life
135
A Survivors Story Appendix A
171
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Kline's voyage of hope and faith reveals good coming from bad, strength from weakness and laughter from weeping. Learn about his amazing support network through the "Prayer Pager Ministry." You will be able to apply the hard-hitting lessons in this book to many areas of your life. If an ordinary, unremarkable man like Jerry Kline can survive, adapt, and even thrive amidst adversity, so can you! Jerry Kline, an electrical engineer from Texas A&M University, and Project Manager for a large company in Fort Worth, TX, married Kathy more than twenty-five years ago. They proudly parent five children--enjoying their sports, school and band-related activities.

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