Twenty-One Days: Another Life Lost to HIV
Richard A. Krebs, M.D.


This is a very personal modern tragedy. David Craigs, a middle aged businessman, is struck down by AIDS. The story carries the reader into the hospice, to spend twenty-one days with David. In his journey with the reader, David confronts several complications of AIDS, including blindness, seizures, and dementia. Also, David does battle with some difficult family relationships and an uncaring doctor. In the end, he is joyfully re-united with his mother.
The author, Richard A. Krebs, MD


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