Fumes and Fine Dust: - Working Under Chemical Assault: Neurological Effects
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|Number of Pages||:||594 Pages|
Excerpts from journals written over nineteen years of workplace exposure to chemicals depict the images and struggles within a gradually deteriorating brain that had once been completely functional. Vitanza learned what the brain can do to heal itself. Much of what she practiced was of benefit to her, until at last her mind found piece.Her personal account of events and feelings is supplemented by medical records, and by illustrations taken from drawings and paintings that she made when experiencing particular symptoms.Fumes and Fine Dust closes the long journey to rebirth. May those who read this book benefit as well.. In a sense this book wrote itself. The author's strong, healthy body was breaking down as well.However, through her journey Ms
Just purchased the ebook EWells After reading a few pages of the sample I immediately purchased the ebook. I am looking forward to reading it then discussing it with the author.Update: I'm about 90% finished with the book, but I've had to put it down on numerous occasions. The author takes you on a roller coaster of emotions and I feel so much empathy for her. Her strength and perseverance is remarkable.. What an amazing true story What an amazing true story! Vilma is an Incredibly strong women to go through all she went through and still stay true to herself. Sounds to me like that lab owes Ms. Vitanza more than just an apology for all they put her through. The conditions of the lab she worked in would result in a million dollar lawsuit today. What a strong women!!