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Book Validates Fibro Symptoms
Raises Money for Research

Tired of trying to defend yourself against ignorance and false perceptions about fibromyalgia? Does it bother you when people say you look just fine? You know what they are really thinking, that you don't look sick and this definitely makes you ill. A new book offers patients great comebacks for responding to these frustrating situations.

Breaking Thru The FogBreaking Thru The Fibro Fog: Scientific Proof That Fibromyalgia Is Real by Kevin P. White, M.D., Ph.D., delivers exactly what the book title says. He rebuttals common misconceptions about fibromyalgia with a dose of logic and examples of well-known medical conditions that do not have a simple blood marker to make the diagnosis a slam-dunk. Throughout the book he comments how fibro should be no different!

"Many a person with fibromyalgia has felt the world that they knew before they became sick, totally blown apart," writes White. "Shouldn't that be enough to warrant at least a little bit of compassion and help from the rest of us?"

Get the respect you deserve from your doctors, family, friends, and co-workers. Learn more about White’s book, with the foreword written by I. Jon Russell, M.D., Ph.D., by visiting www.wortleyroadbooks.com. The retail price of the book is $24.95.

On the above website you will be able to read White's biography, his introductory chapter that explains why he wrote the book, and the table of contents. In addition, White is generously donating 15 percent of the proceeds to the American Fibromyalgia Syndrome Association (AFSA) to directly fund research.

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