There was a day that her life got stumped. First she was a Stanford doctor, then she became a trauma patient due to a car accident.
Now, she could not stand up or else she would faint. The doctor-turned-patient had an invisible disease and the doctors were stumped too. What did she have? Why must she live on IV fluid? In No More Tears Dr. Margaret Aranda takes you on a ride to the door of Heaven as she describes her near-death experience after a car accident. She was unable to walk and unable to talk, and for over three years, I lived on IV fluid. No More Tears will inspire you to persevere, to speak up, to be that rare bird, that underdog who wins despite the odds.
Dr. Margaret Aranda, M.D., has written scientific articles on neurosurgery, anesthesiology, critical care, and radiology. She has received several awards for medical education in Oklahoma, California, and South Korea. She lives in Los Angeles, California.