Stepping Over Myself: Finding My Way and My Life After a Brain Tumor

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AuthorHouse, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 144 pages
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Stepping Over Myself is the life story of Ayis A. Caperonis. The book recounts how the medical mistakes and judgement errors ultimately almost cost him his life as he was diagnosed with a voluminous Brain Tumor in the cerebellum... With a slight survival chance in the surgery, he was to be the "test" to a new and dangerous surgery technique that would last nine hours and was performed by renowned surgions in Europe. From this sudden tragic turn in his life and the numerous aftermaths Ayis A. Caperonis recounts how he managed to overlook the negative aspects of his life and resume living. Hard work in reeducation, love and God would help him go beyond what doctors ever thought would be possible....
 

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Contents

Baguettes and Big Dreams
1
A Growing Concern
12
Prognosis Negative
22
Tick Tock
26
Nine Historic Hours
32
Bad Medicine
44
Finding the Meaning
53
Back to School
59
The French Connection
77
A Good Swim
82
Relapse
89
Grade Point and Other Scores
93
Job One
98
Unlocking the Door
103
I Go to Rio
109
Taking Action
118

A Taste of the States
63
Revelations
69
Changes
73
Steps Taken Steps to Take
123
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