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Breathing Again. . . A Joyous Miracle: My Journey with Scleroderma | Paperback

by Linda M. Edwards (Author)

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Binding:  Paperback
Publisher:  Gere Publishing
Page Count:  138 Pages
Publication Date:  May 11, 2016
Sales Rank:  1916290th


• Breathing Again a Joyous Miracle My Journey with Scleroderma


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Focused on her busy career, rising through the ranks of management in high-tech, it was easy for Linda Edwards to dismiss individual symptoms as they appeared, especially when doctors told her they were not life-threatening. Even with her eventual diagnosis of scleroderma, her positive outlook, resilience, and faith kept her pushing through life. It wasn’t until she was facing death, frail, and her breathing compromised, that she realized it would take a miracle to save her. Join Linda on her journey of survival. In Breathing Again… A Joyous Miracle: My Journey with Scleroderma, she shares the role of faith, family, friends, and the medical community along with her lessons learning to live with chronic illness.


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