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Dr. Margaret Aranda is a Stanford-trained physician who was in a tragic car accident in 2006, which left her disabled and bed-bound for most of the last 7 years. Then, as she got better, a doctor dropped her on the hard wood floor and she sustained another traumatic brain injury. Despite the trials of being on an iv PICC line for over 3 years, she wrote "No More Tears: A Physician Turned Patient Inspires Recovery." Other books she wrote include "Stepping on the Edge: 10 Lessons on Christianity," "Little Missy Two-Shoes," and "Archives of the Vagina: A Journey Through Time." Her greatest accomplishment is that as a doctor, she can apologize to the disabled about how they have been treated, neglected, made to feel like a liar, and left undiagnosed or told its 'all in your head'.
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