By Lenore Janecek
The excellent news is that you just do not need melanoma. The undesirable information is that you just didn't want the surgery.
Every yr, preventable clinical mistakes reason the deaths of thousands. In A Thousand Sparks of Light, nationally recognized future health care professional Lenore Janecek tells her harrowing tale to notify and empower sufferers approximately this pressing issue.
The ebook revolves round the jury trial in her go well with opposed to the clinic that played the pointless surgical procedure and coated it up, offering genuine testimony in addition to Janecek’s strategies in regards to the complaints as they occurred.
But that’s simply a part of the tale. This booklet additionally takes an intimate glance contained in the emotional lifetime of a unprecedented lady. Remarkably, the chain of e-mails among Janecek and her psychiatrist seem through the ebook, revealing the continuing real-time conversations that helped her take into account that she had suffered PTSD as a toddler because of abuse and the dying of her mom from clinical error—and she used to be now struggling with it again.
Above all else, A Thousand Sparks of Light is an uplifting religious trip. a powerful warrior for justice and empowerment, Janecek’s tale is ready the spirit of coming jointly to make our international greater for everybody in it.
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