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Peterborough Woman Writes Book On Learning To Live With Chronic Illness

Saturday 1 February 2020


From US newspaper the Monadnock Ledger-Transcript:


Cam Auxer
Cam Auxer of Peterborough runs a website helping to
connect people with chronic illness, experiences
which she has turned into a book.
(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

Peterborough woman writes book on learning to live with chronic illness

By Ashley Saari
Monadnock Ledger-Transcript
January 30, 2020
© 2019 Monadnock Ledger-Transcript.

Cam Auxer of Peterborough found a way to find the best in her life by writing and connecting with others, who like her live with chronic illness.

She’s been diagnosed with a number of chronic conditions, including osteoarthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromuscular dysplasia and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, as well as dealing with two cancer diagnoses and major heart issues that have left her unable to do strenuous tasks.

Auxer has suffered from various forms of illness – some chronic and some acute – from childhood. She knows just how isolating it can be.

When she was a child, she had asthma and allergies, but they didn’t limit her much, she said. It was just her normal. But as she got older, she began to have more severe health problems, some of which left her virtually housebound when they were at their worst.


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