The Cascade Effect

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About the author:
W. Mark Dendy is a marine biologist, adjunct professor of biology and natural resource management, journalist, and filmmaker. He holds a B.S. in biological sciences, and an M.S. in life sciences.

The Cascade Effect
 

A Biologist Shares His Faith and His Story Living with Wilson's Disease (An inherited disorder of copper metabolism)

Authored by W. Mark Dendy
Cover design or artwork by JoAnne Rosenfeld

Winner of Best Biography/Autobiography at the 2010 Best in International Publishing Paris Book Festival!

This is the story of a man's fight for life, battling psychotic episodes resulting from a rare genetic disease. Dendy, a bright, energetic young man, found himself suffering from neurological tremors and psychosis, the result of a genetic disease that had concealed itself during the first two and a half decades of his life. The neurological and psychological manifestations of Wilson's disease were the result of years of toxic copper buildup in the basal ganglia of the brain. Additionally, the toxic levels of copper caused stage IV cirrhosis of his liver. In his book, Dendy recounts the numerous times in his life in which angels have delivered him. And through these happenings, Dendy says his faith has been strengthened bringing him closer and closer to his Creator.


Publication Date:
Mar 25 2010
ISBN/EAN13:
1451547056 / 9781451547054
Page Count:
148
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Biography & Autobiography / Medical




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