The Judy Taylor Story
Thirty-four-year-old Judy Taylor relished her simple, happy life. She had a loving husband, three young daughters, and a beautiful home. Then blood clots annihilated her digestive system, and she faced death by starvation.
Back in 1970, most doctors considered long-term intravenous feeding science fiction. A radical young immigrant doctor sought to change that through his groundbreaking research on what is now known as TPN (Total Parenteral Nutrition). Judy’s surgeons heard of Dr. Khursheed Jeejeebhoy’s work and sent her to him; together Judy and Jeejeebhoy made medical history. Their pioneering work continues to save tens of thousands of lives around the globe today.
Winner of the 2008 Reader Views Reviewers Choice Awards in Biography.
“an extraordinary account of Judy Taylor and her fight for life”
Carol Hoyer, Ph.D. Family Psychology
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