Practicing Medicine: I Don't Think That Word Means What You Think It Means Barbara Sheff Tocci Author
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In 2007, Barbara Sheff Tocci was at the top of her game. The healthy, athletic 49-year-old wife and mother of six was busy homeschooling her youngest two children, selling real estate, and running a small farm in Virginia. Then a sudden illness took her on journey that almost ended her life. Bounced from doctor to doctor at a teaching hospital in Virginia, medicine was “practiced” on her. Mistake after mistake caused a cascade of events that culminated in a massive stroke, leaving her in constant pain. Her life was forever altered. Practicing Medicine is a cautionary tale of one woman's ordeal at the hands of the medical establishment. It's also the story how this courageous fighter took back control of her health and recovery. In the wake of the devastation caused by the stroke, her faith and sense of humor, sailed through undiminished. Barbara tells in detail her path to recovery, hoping to help others facing the ravages of stroke.


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