This book contains updated information and is 392 pages long (in book format), 40 pages more than the original Warrior Patient.
The author is a Marine, an ex-NYC cop, and a journalist nominated twice for a Pulitzer when he worked for The New York World-Telegram & Sun, over 50 years ago. Today, he is an award-winning author of three books. The original Warrior Patient had well over 100 positive reviews.
The best one, from satirical writer Robert Eggleton, says: "This book may have saved my life."
A retired physician said the book: "Should be required reading for doctors."
"This book is ... a comfort, it is a love-story, it is important."-- WordsAPlenty
"Humor is the best doctor you will ever know." Williams ... follows his own advice. - KirkusReviews.
"A great 'how-to' in overcoming diseases with laughter, good doctors, love, and guts." - Dennis Waller.
"It's a witty story full of unexpected humor." - Readers' Favorite
"Save your life and read this book" - Patrick Middleton, author
100,000 patients die, and nine million suffer injury every year. If medical mistakes were a disease, it would be the sixth leading cause of deaths in America.
As you read Warrior Patient Heartbeats, you become one of the nine million who suffers injury every year. You take an extraordinary, often amusing journey into the quicksand of modern medicine. In the midst of a long list of life-threatening illnesses, you learn to laugh as you survive.
"A strong 5-star rating ... read this book now, not tomorrow or the next day, but now." -- WordsAPlenty.
|Publisher:||Templeworks Properties, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.88(d)|
About the Author
Kerstin Ingegerd Williams has been an editor for over 20 years. She was a director of the Institute for Communications Advancement in New York City, a company which was "captured" by IBM in the mid-1980s.
Templeworks Properties designs, edits, formats, and publishes books that are fun to read, even if the subject matter gets rough at times.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: The Fall
Chapter 2: You Have Cancer
Chapter 3: The Catheter Wars
Chapter 4: Celebration, Florida
Chapter 5: A Growing Business
Chapter 6: “Come Home.”
Chapter 7: Hands Of Death And Destruction
Chapter 8: Celebration ReDux
Chapter 9: Emergency Fever
Chapter 10: Plug Into Dialysis
Chapter 11: Cheating Death
Chapter 12: Sergeant Rhyder
Chapter 13: Wraparound Shingles
Chapter 14: A Smiley Face Wearing A Mask
Chapter 15: The Eyes Have It
Chapter 16: The Imaginary Operation
Chapter 17: How To Count To 9½
Chapter 18: The Warrior Patient
Chapter 19: Getting Sick Again
About the Author: Temple Emmet Williams
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