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MS World"One box of tissues wasn't nearly enough." — about.com
"Amelia Davis was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis five years ago, just before her 30th birthday. After that, she learned she could live a full life with the disease, and to share that fact with others she undertook a personal project to photograph people living with MS, including such public figures as NASCAR driver Liane Mark, actor David Lander (Squiggy of Laverne and Shirley TV fame), and comedian Richanrd Pryor. Her images have been collected in a warm and enlightening new book, My Story, which has been receiving strong reviews." — American Photo
"This positive and inspiring portrait will be welcomed by anyone who lives with MS or shares the life of someone who has MS. Highly recommended for all general collections." — Library Journal
"In creating her new book, My Story: A Photographic Essay of Life With Multiple Sclerosis, Davis learned a lot more about MS and the people who have it. Thirty-one of them — and many of their caregivers — join her to trash stereotypes, confront fears, offer hope, tell the truth and put 32 faces on a mysterious illness that is often misunderstood."
— San Francisco Chronicle
"...My Story is a browsable compilation of essays depicting the many humanfaces of MS. Although the complexity of language varies throughout, thephotographs are accessible, even to new readers. The images greatly enrichthe text, offering encouragement and inspiration for anyone coming to termswith what it means to be a person with multiple sclerosis." — Consumer Connections
"You will keep this book in easy reach to read repeatedly - keep it by your bed, near your desk, close to your recliner, but buy it and keep it nearby because when you need inspiration, you will find it in these pages." — MS World