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A Lupus Handbook: These Are The Faces Of Lupus Paperback – April 13, 2012
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Writing is a solitary occupation, and yet it is among the most social of endeavors. While the writer works alone, the words produced are sent out with the expectation of finding an audience. A. G. Moore writes books, stories, blogs, tweets, essays. She finds the exercise of framing a thought carefully to be a medium for intellectual growth and personal understanding. Crafting a piece fastidiously often leads her from a place of unfounded assumption to one of informed clarity. Research is always part of the process, as is deliberation and a struggle to find the truth. Ms. Moore is a student of history, a passionate supporter of animal rights, and an unflagging advocate for child welfare. She hopes that the words that spill from her keyboard will find fertile ground and somewhere take root to have a positive impact in the world.
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Luckily, I am not currently sick, but I am now armed with the knowledge to not be intimidated and to advocate for myself if the time does come that I do have to consult with doctors.
Moreover, in this deeply personal account, A.G. Moore implores readers to take an active role in their own care and provides practical tips for dealing with medical professionals and bureaucracies. For those suffering from Lupus or other autoimmune and chronic diseases, as well as people who are touched by them, "These are the Faces of Lupus" is an engaging, informative, inspiring guide and an interesting worthwhile read. I loved it.