Anything But a Dog!: The Perfect Pet for a Girl with Congenital CMV (Cytomegalovirus) (英語) ペーパーバック – 2008/12/18
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"I congratulate Lisa on producing a very good piece of work," says Gail J Demmler-Harrison, MD, Director of the Congenital CMV Disease Registry and Research Program, Baylor College of Medicine. Lisa Saunders says "no" to her daughter Jackie's pleas for a dog, fearing it will be too rambunctious around Jackie's disabled little sister Elizabeth. But she does make her a promise she thinks will never come to pass: "If God brings a dog to our door, then you can have it." But is this dog really Heaven-sent? PLUS: The latest news on how to prevent the far-reaching but under-reported effects of congenital CMV, the #1 viral cause of birth defects-more common a cause of disabilities than Down syndrome. It also contains highly useful sections with Resources, Contacts and Support for anyone whose life is touched by CMV.
Lisa Saunders is the author of "Ride a Horse, Not an Elevator" and "Ever True." She is a writer for the State University of New York at Rockland Community College. She speaks at universities, libraries and clubs about writing and publishing. She is the Congenital CMV Foundation parent representative and a graduate of Cornell University. Visit Lisa online at www.authorlisasaunders.com. To receive notices of upcoming publications and events, please sign her Web site guestbook.
Stephanie Sosnowski, Deputy Director, Maternal-Infant Services Network of Orange, Sullivan and Ulster Counties, Inc.