All of a Piece: A Life With Multiple Sclerosis
by Barbara D. Webster
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press 1998
Number of pages: 152
This incredibly personal book deals with the attempts of a young multiple sclerosis (MS) patient to come to terms with her disease.. If you or someone you know has a chronic disease, wants to know more about the American culture of illness, or is an observer of the American scene, this is a must read book.
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