Unblinded Reader à 220 pages  Traci medford-rosow

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Unblinded Reader à 220 pages  Traci medford-rosow  ObservaonofStructureinthe ArrivalDireconsof ObservaonofStructureinthe ArrivalDireconsofCosmicRaysat TeV withIceCube SegevBenZvi UniversityofWisconsin–Madison TeVPA ParisFrance Independent advisory group for the full update of Here are the results from a study I tObservaonofStructureinthe ArrivalDireconsof ObservaonofStructureinthe ArrivalDireconsofCosmicRaysat TeV withIceCube SegevBenZvi UniversityofWisconsin–Madison TeVPA ParisFrance Independent advisory group for the full update of Here are the results from a study I think illustrates the importance of not having an 'unblinded subj ‘Darkness cannot drive out darkness only light can do that’ Martin Luther King JrNew York City author and lawyer Traci Medford Rosow comes to this book with extensive experience in the pharmaceutical industry as well as corporate law having written both articles and books in those arenas but here she steps into the role of sharing a miracle about which she learned – the fascinating and meaningful life of Kevin Coughlin and his response to a medical phenomenon The scope of this ‘must read’ book’s content is beautifully outlined in the book before the story is shared ‘Kevin Coughlin wakes up one morning in 1997 and cannot read the newspaper Even the bold headlines are fuzzy Kevin has no idea that he is carrying a rare genetic disorder Leber’s Hereditary Optic Neuropathy Within five days he is blind The tragedy of his sudden blindness is exacerbated by the fact that Kevin is a serious amateur photographer and lover of the visual arts Every aspect of his life is plunged into unbearable darkness Kevin’s loss of sight initiates an exploration of his internal world After decades of heavy drinking he embarks on the long and difficult road to sobriety He discovers the powerful effect of his thoughts and spoken words He chooses to focus on gratitude for what he has rather than on anger at what he has lost In a world of darkness he sees how to be kinder to himself and others He becomes an activist for the blind as only a person who once had eyesight could and is instrumental in establishing New York City’s first blind advocacy program Fifteen years later Kevin catches what seems to be a glimpse of light in his bathroom mirror Kevin’s is the only documented case in the world of a non medically assisted regeneration of the optic nerve Over the next three years Kevin chronicles the daily progress—the euphoria and the agonizing setbacks It is from those journal entries and deeply moving conversations with Kevin that author Traci Medford Rosow has shaped Kevin’s remarkable story a story of miracles within miracles that will leave the reader wondering what lies behind the reality we think we see’Both photographs and selected journal entries a fine manner of documenting this remarkable story enhance the layout of the book The joy of reading both Traci’s account and Kevin’s journal produces a sense of wonder as well as the window to appreciating the power of possibilities and the complexities of nature The writing by both authors is fluid and awe inspiring delivering the story of how unexpected tragedies can be associated with eually unexpected resolutions – a factor that radiates so fully from this important book Not only does this book document a medical phenomenon a mindful journey by Kevin Coughlin and the resultant vision for a possible better world but also the proceeds of the sales of this book are designated for The Mitochondrial Disease Foundation Very highly recommended on many levels

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Unblinded PA ParisFrance Independent advisory group for the full update of Here are the results from a study I think illustrates the importance of not having an 'unblinded subjective outcome' structure The Mendus MECFS study was of a Co supplement Mito which had two sub trials one blinded trial with a control group and one open label tri Here is a story of pain and loss Of dreams and aspirations coming to a sudden end because one suddenly loses his sense of sight Yes this is the “very inspiring” and “heartfelt” story of Kevin Coughlin who is a New York resident whose eyes suddenly develop a “rare genetic disorder called Leber’s Hereditary Optic Neuropathy The book begins with Coughlin being abled and enjoying the world of visual arts to the tragic beginning stages of Leber’s He goes through all sorts of obstacles like discrimination alcoholism and his own prideful self and yet managed to overcome them all while being tended to by a guide dog and friends he achieves through meetings and groups he participates in that enables him to release his anxiety stresses and fears of a blind person The book is so easy to read and so inspiring that I guarantee you that once you start reading it you will never be able to put it back down until you finish it Having a disability is a very demoting experience at first and you will have to develop a fighting bone and a strong will to make your way through it Kevin learned so much while being blind it took some time for him to get used to all the put downs the insults and the nice comments that may have a condescending tone to them This book was so relatable in that sense and I learned so much from Kevin’s own story here There were some incidents in this book that Kevin got through that provided hints and ideas for me to handle my own troubles on my end Kevin is a true survivor and a true hero with his fighting spirit and his ongoing triumphs as he struggles to survive in a world that may sometimes seem harsh to the disabled Through it all Kevin does have a lot of supporters in his journey that ranged from his family to those who help him with Social Services to those who provide services to the blind and disabled I put this book down with a smile on my face Content to have a true story that ended happily ever after I recommend this book to all those who are disabled who can read andor those who deal with the disabled whether it’s in the workplace on the streets at home anywhere the disabled may freuent or go to in their daily lives I also recommend this book to those who may wonder what it feels like to be a disabled individual This book I believe will open your eyes to the common issues and obstacles that the disabled society have or go through It is an inspiring story that I guarantee will give you hope and happiness with your own struggles and troubles