Kidowed

In this book you'll find the the struggles, sorrows, and triumphs of the author after she has two children with a rare and universally fatal genetic disease. As she travels through her hellish journey, you will experience unexpected humor, endless love, and learn how strong one family can be while they walk beside her.

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About Jessica Kenley

Jessica Bonczar Kenley was born in Buffalo, New York and has since lived many places in New York and Pennsylvania. She has been married and divorced twice and has had a total of 5 children. The first two, Ethan and Kaylee, were afflicted with Epidermolysis Bullosa, a rare and under-researched (because of under-funding) children's disease that causes serious and very painful skin wounds. Ethan and Kaylee died from the Junctional-Herlitz subtype of EB in 2005 and 2008, respectively. Jessica wrote Kidowed as a journal while caring for her daughter Kaylee and coping with the medical system in the United States and her own emotional rage and pain. The book, Kidowed, serves as a tool for awareness for EB, which has been called, "The Worst Disease You Never Heard Of."

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DebRA International Congress 2012 PART 1
This is the first part of a speech given at the DebRA International Congress in Toronto, Canada in September of 2012. It was a great honor and privilege to be invited to speak--don't forget to watch PART 2 also!

DebRA International Congress 2012 PART 2
Here is the second part of the speech given in Toronto to the DebRA International Congress!

About the Series: Walking The Mile
This is the story of my life, so I'm not sure if this book will ever be finished. I add things to it constantly and upload new versions of it all the time. It reads like a blog. Or a diary. It is about me. And life. And the difference between right and wrong and such. I hope you enjoy it, and I hope you learn something from it, and I hope that you teach it to others. Thank you if you do.

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