Find Out What To Do If You’re Misdiagnosed

You can listen to me discuss my memoir, Misdiagnosed: The Search for Dr. House, and give tip on what to do if you are the victim of medical mistake, tonight at 7 p.m.:

Misdiagnosed: The Search for Dr. House by Nika Beamon a medical memoir, receiving praise from major reviewers and bestselling authors:

“In this hope-filled memoir, a woman rises above the challenges of navigating the modern American medical system. Beamon, a TV journalist, lays herself bare as she frankly discusses her journey through years of suffering as she searches for a diagnosis for her illness. For those with unusual conditions, the road to diagnosis can be filled with disbelieving doctors, seemingly unrelated symptoms, and increasing desperation as the sick person struggles to understand why the body is failing. The author bravely relates all of these things, presenting her growth through long-term pain, her life with chronic illness, and her journey to becoming her own medical advocate in touching and sometimes agonizing detail.“ – “Publisher’s Weekly”

“A saga of dealing with a chronic illness that shows how health intertwines with work, love and life.” — “Kirkus Reviews”

“Anyone interested in a medical mystery with a real-life heroine will appreciate MISDIAGNOSED’s story and Beamon’s long fight to achieve good health–” “IndieReader”

Other praise for Misdiagnosed:

“Nika’s book is a well written, eye opening, call to action. An inspiring, yet alarming story that lets us know that even in our darkest and most alone moments that we are not alone.”       — Wes Moore, Bestselling author, “The Other Wes Moore” and “The Work”

Misdiagnosed is an eye-opening, fascinating account of a brave journey through the labyrinth of American medicine. Beamon draws the reader in skillfully, and gives us a close up view of the power of human persistence.      — Marya Hornbacher, Pulitzer prize nominated author of: Wasted: A Memoir of Anorexia and Bulimia.


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