Book ‘Healing’ by Theresa Brown

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When a Nurse Becomes a Patient
“Deeply moving.” — Damon Tweedy. New York Times bestselling author Theresa Brown tells a poignant, powerful, and intensely personal story about breast cancer. She brings us along with her from the mammogram that would change her life through her diagnosis, treatment, and recovery. Despite her training and years of experience as an oncology and hospice nurse, she finds herself continually surprised by the lack of compassion in the medical maze — just as so many of us have. Why is she expected to wait over a long weekend to hear the results of her cancer tests if they are ready? Where is the empathy from caregivers? Why is she so often left in the dark about procedures and treatments?...
Publisher: Algonquin Books (April 12, 2022)  Pages: 272 pages  ISBN-10: 1643750690  ISBN-13: 978-1643750699  ASIN:‎ B09JS7KK78

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Theresa Brown, RN, nurse and author of the New York Times bestseller The Shift, is a New York Times contributor. Her writing appears on and in the American Journal of Nursing, the Journal of the American Medical Association, and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. She has been a guest on MSNBC Live and NPR’s Fresh Air. Her first book was Critical Care, and during what she calls her past life, she received a PhD in English from the University of Chicago. She lectures nationally and internationally on issues related to nursing, health care, and end of life.

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