Living with Myasthenia Gravis: The Struggle Is Real: This Is My Story
By: C.M. Lewis
About the Book
Being diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis, or MG for short, C.M. Lewis shares this true story of her experience with this invisible rare non-contagious autoimmune disease. Having this illness takes considerable strength, as it tirelessly attacks her body, but C.M. Lewis proves that she is a warrior and is motivational for those who may be experiencing this illness as well.
About the Author
C.M. Lewis is originally from California but resides in Tennessee. She has two wonderful children and a granddaughter along with extended family and wonderful friends who are like family. C.M. Lewis has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Information Technology. She is an application analyst. Her hobbies include reading and writing along with working and training her dogs.
(2020, Hardcover, 112 Pages)
JoeyP from Bon Aqua, TN
"This is an amazing book! Very easy to read and interesting!
If you have MG or just want to know more about it. This is your book! Definitely recommend!"
Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2020
This book provides much needed insight into how a chronic disease can affect the patient, their families and their friends. In addition, this book spreads awareness on a rare disease and the implications of having one that not even many medical providers have a decent grasp on to provide adequate care. This book is great for family and friends of patients, their medical providers and other patients to help provide clarity and an understanding of the struggle related.
Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2020
When someone is living with a debilitating autoimmune disease, knowing others who are struggling shows you are not alone. This book was written by a very dear friend of mine and I have witnessed her battle with MG. It's a very descriptive account of what she has been through and what she is going through. I recommend it highly, as it will give others insight to C. Lewis's journey in hopes it can help them face the disease like she does,... as a Warrior!