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Author Jolande Wijks pens an eye opening and informative book titled “Me? Dialysis...? NO WAY. NO not ME!”

This book is available for purchase on the author’s personal website as well as other online bookstores.


“Every patient has a medical history; especially people who are dependent on dialysis.”  

Every patient has a medical history; especially people who are dependent on dialysis. Further analysis of their history often reveals dialysis was not needed if only they had used their medications properly. However in some cases dialysis is inevitable, many times it can be preventable or at least delayed for a longer time. This because of several reasons as evidenced in these short, practical and honest stories in which people show ignorance, pride, nonchalant personality, medication noncompliance, denial and more… Almost all these people are shocked when they get the news, that they need urgent dialysis. Their reaction: Disbelief, anxiety, fear, uncertainty, thinking about their work, their family, their life… many questions will cross their mind.
On September 23, 2012, on the subject of kidneys and kidney diseases, the Dutch magazine NierNieuws mentioned that the Dutch version of this book needs a lot of attention. According to Merel Dercksen, the writer, the reader feels like real people are talking in this book.
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Me? Dialysis…? NO WAY. NO not ME!
Author | Jolande Wijks
Publisher | ReadersMagnet, LLC
Published Date | January 13, 2020
Genre | Medicine
ISBN-13 | 9781950947966
Paperback Price | $5.95
About the Author
Jolande Wijks (1962) was born in Suriname, a country in South America but lived for more than twenty years in Curaçao, the former Netherlands Antilles, an island in the Caribbean. She lives in Florida now and is the author of the exciting racy Dutch novel, Verleiding tot misleiding, which means “Temptation to Deceive.”
She started her nursing career in 1983, has gained a lot of experience as a registered nurse and specialized as a dialysis nurse in 2004. During her work as a dialysis nurse, she met so many dialysis patients with different medical backgrounds. Each one of their stories was unique. This led to the creation of her second book: “Me?…Dialysis?…NO WAY!”

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 Me? Dialysis...?
 No Way. No Not Me!
 Jolande Wijks
 Kidney Diseases
 Dependent On Dialysis

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