PublishAmerica Presents What Life Is Like Living with OI by Patricia Minor
What Life Is Like Living with OI: Osteogenesis Imperfecta, Brittle-Bones is Patricia’s Minor’s true story of living with the bone disorder. Born in 1956, Minor has suffered approximately 100 broken bones, most of them from simply turning or moving the wrong way. Minor said she wrote her book in hopes of helping the public and the medical community to understand OI and to help identify the disorder when a child is born with it.
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