SICK: a true story

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SICK: a true story


By: Anna Gattone Kamide


About the Book

SICK is a true, cautionary tale. Author Anna Gattone Kamide tells her story of the medical traumas she endured as a result of a botched hysterectomy. Kamide shares her difficult journey with the world through moments of fear, exhaustion, and glimmers of humor and hope. She hopes her story will encourage others to advocate for their own health and serve as a warning should anyone else find themselves in a similar situation.


About the Author

Anna Gattone Kamide is the proud wife of Daniel and grateful mother to two amazing boys. She now enjoys her time with her sons, daughters-in-law, and five beautiful grandchildren, Jordan, Aliyah, Alinah, Arianna, and Amira. As a new author, she is currently working on additional books.


(2020, Paperback, 108 Pages)


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  • 5
    Sick by Anna Gattone Kamide

    Posted by Rebecca Smith on Jan 18th 2021

    Wow. This story is a must read. Doctors can and do make horrific mistakes. Anna tells her story with courage and beauty as well as some laughs. A must read

  • 5

    Posted by Bill McCormick on Jan 18th 2021

    As painful as this is to read, imaging someone living through it is the stuff of nightmares. A cautionary tale for all.

  • 5

    Posted by Ceil Bolton on Jan 16th 2021

    This book was a startling reminder of how we unconditionally trust the medical profession to take care and precautions when we put our lives in their hands. However, the reality of what can happen when those we trust, let us down and disregard their oath and pledge to "do no harm." Very insightful and a page-turner for sure!

  • 4

    Posted by David Krajec on Jan 15th 2021

    An intense, first-person narrative of a harrowing experience. Engaging,
    infuriating and inspiring tale of medical malpractice and medical heroism and personal bravery and perseverance.