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Nonie’s Star
by D Johnson

Overview


Have you or a loved one ever received a medical diagnosis that shook you with fear, to the very core of your soul? "Nonie's Star", is a non-fiction story of such a diagnosis which encompasses family, love and the short comings of our Western medical system.
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Description


Nonie's Star, is the real life story of the fictional Sanders family and their youngest son, Mateo's, sudden diagnosis of inoperable brain cancer. D. Johnson brings you a story of love, devotion, pain and agony as you are brought on a mother's journey to save the life of her son while struggling against a severely broken medical system. Although the family name and those contained in the book are fictional, the story and unbelievable events that are written within these pages, are not.
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About the author


D. Johnson, California mother of two, somehow knew as a child she would someday write her book. During her younger years, she wrote short stories for minor contests and company publications, receiving positive accolades, trying out her skills. The youngest of four children, she was born and raised in a family with X-Linked Hypophosphatemia (XLH), a rare bone disease, allowing this author a keen understanding of the Western world of medicine. Non-officially advocating for others with her disease, life suddenly presented itself with the events prompting the writing of Nonie's Star, a story of love, strength and tragedy that no family deserves to endure.
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Book details

Genre:MEDICAL

Subgenre:General

Language:English

Pages:196

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781543987256

Paperback ISBN:9781543987249


Overview


Have you or a loved one ever received a medical diagnosis that shook you with fear, to the very core of your soul? "Nonie's Star", is a non-fiction story of such a diagnosis which encompasses family, love and the short comings of our Western medical system.

Read more

Description


Nonie's Star, is the real life story of the fictional Sanders family and their youngest son, Mateo's, sudden diagnosis of inoperable brain cancer. D. Johnson brings you a story of love, devotion, pain and agony as you are brought on a mother's journey to save the life of her son while struggling against a severely broken medical system. Although the family name and those contained in the book are fictional, the story and unbelievable events that are written within these pages, are not.

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About the author


D. Johnson, California mother of two, somehow knew as a child she would someday write her book. During her younger years, she wrote short stories for minor contests and company publications, receiving positive accolades, trying out her skills. The youngest of four children, she was born and raised in a family with X-Linked Hypophosphatemia (XLH), a rare bone disease, allowing this author a keen understanding of the Western world of medicine. Non-officially advocating for others with her disease, life suddenly presented itself with the events prompting the writing of Nonie's Star, a story of love, strength and tragedy that no family deserves to endure.
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