Living well with any kind of medical condition takes courage and perseverance. Patients and their loved ones need to know they are not alone. They also need to feel in control, so the illness will not control them. One major way of coping with the stress of human disease is through awareness and understanding of the problem at hand. This highly readable and extremely helpful series provides young readers with all they need to know about a variety of medical conditions. Each book begins with a short profile of a person living with a specific condition. It then goes on to define the disease, examine its history, and describe its symptoms and treatments. Its accessibility makes this series a useful tool for school reports. Practical advice on living with illness makes it indispensable for young people affected directly or indirectly affected.
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