The Brow of Dawn: One Woman's Journey with MS
This moving account tells the story of how MS, an unpredictable disease, has sent one woman on a different path. Writing with great clarity and the ability to meet the issues around MS in an honest, forthright, and engaging style, Catherine Edward grapples with the day-to-day truth of the disease, all the while maintaining her courage and sense of humor. To assist her memory of the progression of the disease between visits to her doctor, she wrote diary-like reports. After receiving one set of notes, her doctor wrote back to her, suggesting that she write a book from which others could benefit.
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