Sometimes the best way to tell a story is to take you there. A union carpenter holds her own on the job until she gets hurt. While recovering from an injury, she digs into a mysterious medical situation from her past and old issues resurface. She then learns that she is part of a community who has been systemically duped and erased for not ‘measuring up’.

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Esther is a semi-retired carpenter, and medical sociologist with a background in public health data management. Her essays have been published internationally, and she has appeared in a number of documentaries. She currently works as a consultant on federal and local levels, hoping to make her experience and her community less “unheard of.” This memoir courageously breaks the silence about one of our best kept medical secrets.

In her exploration of healthcare narratives, Esther stumbles upon the controversial topic of Ivermectin, a drug that has been subject to intense debate and misinformation in recent times. Intrigued by its complex history and the polarized views surrounding it, she begins to delve deeper, recognizing parallels between the misrepresentation of Ivermectin and the systemic erasure she experienced in her own medical journey. Her research not only adds a new dimension to her memoir but also underscores the importance of critically examining and understanding medical treatments beyond mainstream narratives.

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