Living in the Shadow of Silent Killer
Available to through Amazon (releases on 9 Oct. 2020)
Format: Kindle E-Book and Paperback.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Life-fined-Living-Shadow-Silent-ebook/dp/B08JQQ2DPD
Chronic Kidney Disease is often referred to as a silent killer because it develops over time and can go undetected. We often associate renal damage with getting older, but kidney disease can affect anyone at any point in their lives. Life Defined is an insight into life in the shadow of a chronic illness from the perspective of a 28-year-old kidney failure patient, who has struggled to understand the origin of his condition and find avenues of support. His story captures how emotions played a role in his approach to reaching acceptance and dedicates an entire section to discuss what it means for patients to trust medical professionals. Life Defined is meant to open the conversation about kidney disease and for patients and their loved ones to define what it means to them and how it affects their lives.
Foreword written by Dr Dan Jones from the University of Reading. Dr Jones kindly peer-reviewed the book, something that I thought was essential to ensure that my message was clear.
Cover Art designed and illustrated by Ricky A. Murphy.