Recommended Reading: The Catastrophe of Coma: A Way Back by Edward Alan Freeman

 The Catastrophe of Coma: A Way Back is a book by Edward Alan Freeman that was published in 1989. It is a guide for families and caregivers of people who are in a coma or have suffered a brain injury. The book explains the causes and effects of coma, the stages of recovery, and the therapies and treatments that can help. The book also offers practical advice on how to cope with the emotional and financial challenges of caring for a loved one in a coma. The book is based on Freeman's personal experience of helping his wife recover from a coma after a car accident. The book aims to provide hope and support for those who are facing the catastrophe of coma.

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