Handling It: You and Your Long Term Disease
A guide for people to learn how they can best cope with a long-term disease for example, arthritis, epilepsy, asthma, cancer, chronic fatigue. From interviews with over 40 men and women, the emotional, psychological and physical affects of the disease are considered and ways of handling the health problems are discussed. The author is a journalist who has MS.
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