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The Silent Scream, The Life of Quiet Desperation, and Treatment

My continuing search for telltale characteristics of adult victims of infant surgery without anesthesia suggests two that are expressed in literature and art. These adults seem to live “a life of quiet desperation” as quoted from Thoreau’s Walden (1854) and … Continue reading

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