The Irish Patient
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A candid account of a boy growing up on council estates in South Dublin in the 1970s and 1980s. A true life story.
I try to look at it from both sides of the argument.
However, I can't always look at it from the other side.
From having a happy and healthy childhood, going on adventures in the Dublin Mountains and Shankill and Killiney beaches ...
Then becoming seriously ill.
Finding out how bad the health service really is.
Left to fight a very serious illness.
On my own.
I knew I was different from every other child, which would make my illness totally unique in my country.
And maybe in the whole world.
I have yet to come up with a name for my illness.
Maybe call it O'Byrne's Syndrome?
Without causing offence to the O'Byrne clan.
I just hope that my book.
Will help others.
Who have a serious and embarrassing illness and are living it alone.
Please read and reflect.