Medical Snare

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AuthorHouse, May 17, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 264 pages
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This is the true story of my past three years, traveling from doctor to doctor and clinic after clinic to repair the catastrophic results of an operation to repair a partially torn tendon in my right arm.  I went from anger to bitterness to hopeless depression.  Only when a physician’s assistant found the cure for my depression, did I regain sufficient reason and good humor to write this book, hoping that no other American would have to go where I had been. The last section outlines a crusade, in which my countrymen can participate, to destroy the abominable health snare in our UNITED STATES and put in its place excellent, affordable health care for all of us.

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About the author (2005)

Mrs. Schueler, 76 years young, is a retired English teacher and lives with her husband Ray in Sarasota, Florida.  They have four daughters, four sons-in-law and eight grandchildren.  Not a “new” author, having had many articles and stories printed in newspapers and magazines, she also wrote a book  - To All My Children so the “last-borns” could share in the travels they had missed before coming on the scene.  Ray’s career in advertising occasioned transfers to three other states before the growing family was able to return to New York.

In addition to her writing, Mrs. Schueler also plays a “mean” keyboard and has composed many songs she hopes to one day publish as “Grandma Dot’s Songbook.”

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