Synopses & Reviews
Even before she had her hysterectomy, Sue Barber realized the surgery was a derision that anguished not only herself but more than 600,000 American women who every year consent to the life-changing operation.
She began to keep notes, talked to other women, interviewed medical professionals, and researched the subject. As a result of her personal experience and her sharp inquiries, Sue Barber has produced a handbook of hysterectomy for women.
"A frank, detailed and very informative book that should be 'must' reading for any woman confronted with this agonizing problem". -- Michael Korda, Editor-in-Chief, Simon & Schuster