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"Women and Autoimmune Disease: The Mysterious Ways Your Body Betrays Itself"

Robert G. Lahita; Hardcover

Review by Diana Bonadonna: I found this book very enjoyable. The author presents the information in a very easy to read form. Please don’t skip any part of this book. Read all of the autoimmune diseases profiled in the book. He shows why it is hard to come to a diagnoses and sometimes why it can be one of several diseases, this is why it can take years to find the correct diagnoses. Once I started to read this book, I could not put it down; I was surprised to find out that so many of the autoimmune diseases over lap each other. He does mention other autoimmune diseases while profiling the chapter topic. He tells it like it is, no sugar coating here. If he does not know why something happens, he tells so.