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About the author


Eric Sarno works as a sales representative in the medical industry. Two decades ago, he founded the Quad Cities Triathlon. Since experiencing a hemorrhagic stroke, he has become a passionate advocate for stroke and brain injury patients, including helping initiate a peer visitor program at the University of Wisconsin Hospitals & Clinics.
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Stroke Runner
My Story of Stroke, Survival, Recovery and Advocacy
by Eric Sarno

Overview


Eric Sarno a father of two young daughters, a biotech sales rep, and amateur athlete, when he suffered a near-fatal stroke. In this riveting and emotional memoir, he describes his journey to recovery, from re-learning to read, write, and walk, to being able to hug his children again.

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Description


Eric Sarno was an elite amateur triathlete, race director, successful biotech sales representative and single father of two young daughters when the unthinkable happened—he suffered a near-fatal stroke. In this riveting and emotional memoir, he describes his journey to recovery, from re-learning to read, write, walk, and drive, to being able to hug his children again. Even though he had youth on his side, it would at times feel like an impossible journey. He explores with eye-opening honesty his lengthy hospitalization and rehabilitation, moods that swung from desperate to determined, the challenges of returning to work, and his decision to advocate for stroke and brain injury survivors and their families. Stroke Runner: My Story of Stroke, Survival, Recovery and Advocacy is an inspiring story of resilience told with candor, humor and an eye towards helping others.

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Overview


Eric Sarno a father of two young daughters, a biotech sales rep, and amateur athlete, when he suffered a near-fatal stroke. In this riveting and emotional memoir, he describes his journey to recovery, from re-learning to read, write, and walk, to being able to hug his children again.

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Description


Eric Sarno was an elite amateur triathlete, race director, successful biotech sales representative and single father of two young daughters when the unthinkable happened—he suffered a near-fatal stroke. In this riveting and emotional memoir, he describes his journey to recovery, from re-learning to read, write, walk, and drive, to being able to hug his children again. Even though he had youth on his side, it would at times feel like an impossible journey. He explores with eye-opening honesty his lengthy hospitalization and rehabilitation, moods that swung from desperate to determined, the challenges of returning to work, and his decision to advocate for stroke and brain injury survivors and their families. Stroke Runner: My Story of Stroke, Survival, Recovery and Advocacy is an inspiring story of resilience told with candor, humor and an eye towards helping others.

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Book details

Genre:BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY

Subgenre:Personal Memoirs

Language:English

Pages:184

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781733019309

Paperback ISBN:9781733019316


Overview


Eric Sarno a father of two young daughters, a biotech sales rep, and amateur athlete, when he suffered a near-fatal stroke. In this riveting and emotional memoir, he describes his journey to recovery, from re-learning to read, write, and walk, to being able to hug his children again.

Read more

Description


Eric Sarno was an elite amateur triathlete, race director, successful biotech sales representative and single father of two young daughters when the unthinkable happened—he suffered a near-fatal stroke. In this riveting and emotional memoir, he describes his journey to recovery, from re-learning to read, write, walk, and drive, to being able to hug his children again. Even though he had youth on his side, it would at times feel like an impossible journey. He explores with eye-opening honesty his lengthy hospitalization and rehabilitation, moods that swung from desperate to determined, the challenges of returning to work, and his decision to advocate for stroke and brain injury survivors and their families. Stroke Runner: My Story of Stroke, Survival, Recovery and Advocacy is an inspiring story of resilience told with candor, humor and an eye towards helping others.

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About the author


Eric Sarno works as a sales representative in the medical industry. Two decades ago, he founded the Quad Cities Triathlon. Since experiencing a hemorrhagic stroke, he has become a passionate advocate for stroke and brain injury patients, including helping initiate a peer visitor program at the University of Wisconsin Hospitals & Clinics.

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