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"This book will help a lot of people not feel so alone and shameful. It’s like having a conversation with a close, trusting friend." Marit Lysne, PsyD, LP, clinical psychologist, Carleton College
"Should be read by everyone affected by a chronic diseasepatients, families, friends and coworkers. It is informative and touching, and best of all, laugh out loud funny. I can’t wait to recommend it to friends, family and my patients." Ken Loving, MD, AAFP, family physician and medical director, Access Community Health Centers, Madison, Wisconsin
"As a parent, I have watched and experienced my son’s struggles with Crohn’s disease, but reading your words gives me a better understanding . . . very practical, and all ages will find parts they can identify with. It’s a quick read with lots of humor and smiles." Carolyn Bloom, physical therapist, Lawrence, Kansas
He is funny in sharing his experiences, openly sharing his fears and apprehensions about his IB condition.
I recommend this to anyone who has ulcerative colitis and any one who knows someone with the disease and want to understand it better.
Reading the book I found myself remembering some things I'd forgotten from my own past and getting a chuckle out of them.
I read this on a whim during a long flight. I found it informative and surprisingly enjoyable. I began the book with no knowledge of bowel-related diseases except for a vague... Read morePublished 15 months ago by some guy on the internet
This is a great book! I recommend this to anyone who has ulcerative colitis and any one who knows someone with the disease and want to understand it better.Published 20 months ago by Deb
Colitiscope is FANTASTIC! Couldn't put it down and did laugh out loud - my partner said - that was worth everything just to hear me laugh like that. Read morePublished on January 26, 2012 by marianne
If you experience an Irritable Bowel Condition, Colitiscope by Andrew Tubesing is worth reading. He is funny in sharing his experiences, openly sharing his fears and apprehensions... Read morePublished on January 11, 2012 by VeraMae
I stumbled across this book one day through a facebook fan page. I myself have Colitis, and was immediately drawn in by what the book had to offer. Read morePublished on March 28, 2010 by Kenneth M. Kwaterski
As someone who has many friends living with crohn's and colitis, this book was an exceptional insight into the daily challenges of living with IBD. Read morePublished on March 28, 2010 by M. Reifers