Chasing the Cure

eBook (PDF), 109 Pages
(3 Ratings)
Price: $9.00
This is a biographic journal of a woman who, in the prime of her life, is diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease. Doris was always an upbeat and optimistic person and chose to view the brighter side of life. She challenged each day with vigor and energy. Ultimately a strange and mysterious disease would invade her physiological internal world and wreak havoc with her whole existence. How does one undergo a life-altering event? Follow her courageous journey from confronting this autoimmune disease to the psychological transformation as she sifts through the maze of doctors and treatments. She comes to the realization only one experimental treatment could save her. Read her inspirational and courageous story. A portion of sale proceeds will be donated to the Scleroderma Foundation.
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  • By Doris Razo
    Jun 12, 2011
    Marjorie, I am alive and well thank you. I appreciate your heart-felt comments and relate to your struggle with the effects of scleroderma. It is difficult to accept and adjust oneself to the destructive progression of this disease. Years back I also was interested in the hyperbareic treatment for sores that would not heal and found it was not covered by insurance. Those treatments should be allowed for scleroderma-related wounds. Our wounds are similar to diabetic wounds that require special treatment. Thank you for reading my book and for your comments. I hope and pray you are doing well. Doris
  • By Marjorie Hufham
    Dec 26, 2010
    I have Systemic Scleroderma with severe Raynauds. Reading Doris's book made me cry to hear of some one else going through the same symptums as I have!I'm a Licensed Practial Nurse, and I went from skilled nursing facilities to nursing homes to home health to 3 digital sympathectomies. I've had M.R.S.A., Efacales to deep- amputating itself, right index finger, and right big toe, opening up. I'm going to The Scleroderma Center in Georgetown Rheumatology, Washington D.C. soon. My weight has dropped to 80 lb.'s. A doctor told me HyperBareic Oxygen Treatment would heal my open ulcers, But Medicare doesn't cover it. I'd like to have the stem cell transplant, but how would I get it paid for?The digital sympatheictomies only last about 4 months then those finger's open up again. Is Doris Razo still alive? The book is excellant!
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Lady Publishing
September 29, 2011
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