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ڴ free Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness 䊵 Author Susannah Cahalan ᐠ ڴ free Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness 䊵 Author Susannah Cahalan ᐠ Starred Review In this fascinating memoir by a young New York Post reporter previously known for going undercover as a stripper and writing a butt implant story headlined Rear and Present Danger, Cahalan describes how she crossed the line between sanity and insanity after an unknown pathogen invaded her body and caused an autoimmune reaction that jump started brain inflammation, paranoia, and seizures Her divorced parents put aside their differences and rose to the occasion, sitting by her during the month she was confined to the hospital, about which she remembers nothing Her boyfriend stayed with her, and one wonderful doctor, noticing that she walked and talked like a late stage Alzheimers patient, was determined to get to the bottom of her medical mystery Luckily, she was insured, because her treatment cost 1 million Cahalan expertly weaves together her own story and relevant scientific and medical information about autoimmune diseases, which are about two thirds environmental and one third genetic in origin So, she writes, an external trigger, such as a sneeze or a toxic apartment, probably combined with a genetic predisposition toward developing aggressive antibodies to create her problem A compelling health story Karen SpringenCaptivatingCahalans prose carries a sharp, unsparing tabloid punch in the tradition of Pete Hamill and Jimmy Breslin New York Times Book Review A fascinating look at the disease that if not for a nick of time diagnosis could have cost this vibrant, vital young woman her life People magazine The bizarre and confounding illness that beset the 24 year old New York Post reporter in early 2009 so ravaged her mentally and physically that she became unrecognizable to coworkers, family, friends, andmost devastatinglyherself She dedicates this miracle of a book to those without a diagnosis An unforgettable memoir Elle Swift and haunting Scientific American This fascinating memoir by a young New York Post reporterdescribes how she crossed the line between sanity and insanityCahalan expertly weaves together her own story and relevant scientific informationcompelling Booklist starred review An intense, mesmerizing account of survival Cahalan s deft descriptions of her spooky hallucinations could be right out of a Poe terror tale BookForum For the neurologist, I highly recommend this book on several groundsFirst, it is a well told story, worth reading for the suspense and the dramatic cadence of eventsSecond, it is a superb case study of a rare neurologic diagnosis even experienced neurologists will find much to learn in itThird, and most important, it gives the neurologist insight into how a patient and her family experienced a complex illness, including the terrifying symptoms, the difficult pace of medical diagnosis, and the slow recovery This story clearly contains lessons for all of us Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology Focusing her journalistic toolbox on her story, Cahalan untangles the medical mystery surrounding her conditionA fast paced and well researched trek through a medical mystery to a hard won recovery Publishers Weekly The best reporters never stop asking questions, and Cahalan is no exceptionThe result is a kind of anti memoir, an out of body personal account of a young woman s fight to survive one of the cruelest diseases imaginable And on every level, it s remarkable..Cahalan is nothing if not tenacious, and she perfectly tempers her brutal honesty with compassion and something like vulnerability It s indisputable that Cahalan is a gifted reporter, and Brain on Fire is a stunningly brave book But even than that, she s a naturally talented prose stylist whip smart but always unpretentious and it s nearly impossible to stop reading her, even in the book s most painful passages Brain on Fire comes from a place of intense pain and unthinkable isolation, but finds redemption in Cahalan s unflagging, defiant toughness It s an unexpected gift of a book from one of America s most courageous young journalists NPR.org What is most impressive about Brain on Fire is that Cahalan has little recollection of her month of insanity Thanks partially to her talent as a journalist and to the fact that her parents kept journals, Cahalan was able to recapture her month, leaving no holes in the narrative The Daily Texan Compellinga New York Post reporter recounts her medical nightmare Mental Floss Stunningly brave An unexpected gift of a book from one of Americas most courageous young journalists NPR This story has a happy ending, but take heed It is a powerfully scary book The Washington Post Brain on Fire My Month of Madness Susannah Cahalan Brain FREE shipping qualifying offers An award winning memoir and instant New York Times bestseller that goes far beyond its riveting medical mystery Rotten Tomatoes follows Moretz , a 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    • Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness
    • 2.2
    • 133
    • Library Binding
    • 300 pages
    • B007EDOKZW
    • Susannah Cahalan
    • English
    • 26 November 2017

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