Ex-library Paperback in Good (G) condition. Heavy library markings. Pages clean and straight. See pictures.
Parkinson's disease afflicts more than half a million Americans. In this intimate account, the author describes it all- from his first symptoms at age 36, through brain surgery and experimental drug trials, abject depression and dramatic rescues. How he coped with his progressive infirmity and came to enjoy life again through a combination of drug therapy diet, exercise, and love, make for a story as inspirational as it is instructive.