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I Believed What Her Doctors Told Me: And My Wife Lost Her Eyesight
by R.A. Abraham

Medical Mistakes: How They Happen And What Can Be Done To Avoid Them

"Follow the experience of author Rudolph Abraham's wife as she loses her eyesight due to the effects of a prescription drug. Rita, under the constant care of expert physicians, did everything she was told: took her medicine, alerted the doctors to signs of change, and kept all appointments. And even though she indicated significant loss of peripheral vision within one year of treatment, nothing was done.

As the author skillfully relays, I Believed What Her Doctors Told Me, and My Wife Lost Her Eyesight. Questionable diagnoses, lack of attention to drug safety, and poor medical practitioners' responses to the patient's complaints snowballed into an irreversible condition, which Rita must live with the rest of her life. Regardless of the author's insistence for proper care, the doctors repeatedly dismissed his—and Rita's own—concerns.

If you are the caregiver for someone you love, or even just interested in maintaining your own health, find in these pages sound practices that will help you avoid such an experience. Because if I Believed What Her Doctors Told Me, and My Wife Lost Her Eyesight—what might happen to you?

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