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  • No Doctor! You're Wrong.

    I Don't Have... How My Husband Saved My Life When I Was Misdiagnosed Over and Over and Over..... by

    We have been brought up to believe that, when we become sick, we can trust our medical system and (more specifically) our doctors to fix us. It’s their calling and their duty. We hope that when they don’t know or understand what is wrong, they will ...


  • Picking Up The Broken Pieces

    My Journey Through Psychosis, Depression and Anxiety by

    An honest and inspiring memoir of a young women battling psychosis, depression and anxiety The story is of a women who experiences mental health brought on by stress. A candid and intimate retelling of her breakdown, and her memories and ...


  • A Firefighter's Story

    30 Years On The Front Lines by

    A Firefighter’s Story is a powerful memoir of a man’s thirty-year career in a couple of exceptional and selfless professions. Richard A. Ehrlich spent three decades as a professional Firefighter and paramedic with the Philadelphia Fire Department, ...


  • A Rural Surgeon

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    A Rural Surgeon follows the adventures and misadventures of Dr John Case and his family as they commence their new life in the Western Canadian Prairie province of Alberta, and learn first-hand of its extreme weather. Life in another Commonwealth ...


  • The Unsung Heroes of Paediatric Medicine

    The History of the Department of Pathology, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto (1888-2018) by

    Within the world of medicine, the work the pathologist does is integral to positive patient outcomes, but it is rare for the pathologist to actually have any interaction with their patients. Thus, their work can often go unrecognized and ...


  • Rescues from the Sky

    True Stories of the Air Medical Rescue Teams of the US Coast Guard who risk their lives to save others as seen through the eyes of a newly trained flight surgeon 1971-1973 by

    Rescues from the Sky features the true stories of the US Coast Guard Aviation Medical Rescue Service as seen through the eyes of a wet-behind-the-ears flight surgeon fresh out of training. The events it recounts took place during the author’s ...


  • Three Minutes for a Dog

    My Life in an Iron Lung by

    Contrary to popular belief Polio is not extinct. This is the true story of an indomitable spirit afflicted with unimaginable physical and psychological challenges. Paul Alexander’s life is a saga that started in 1946 and has been profoundly shaped ...


  • Helping Hands

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    This is a story of resilience, survival, and struggle; of appreciating how multi-storied our lives are; and to bearing witness to the alternating themes of economics, religion, and gender issues. Kimit Rai was born in a time of political turmoil ...


  • The Bipolar Doctor

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    Despite battling depression in his mid-teens, Rohit Kumar fulfilled his beloved parents’ dream of becoming a doctor in 1990. He was one of Canada’s first hospitalists before setting up a highly successful private practice, and acquired specialized ...


  • Journey on Parallel Roads

    Autobiography and Memoir by

    The Journey on Parallel Roads reflects the couple's journey on parallel roads of profession, community leadership, and broad family responsibility. They looked after all in exemplary manner giving priority to each that each deserved without any ...