Joseph Merrick, the Elephant Man, was a 19th century Englishman who suffered disfigurement from an extremely rare disorder, which is believed to be Proteus Syndrome. Though his physical and mental suffering was great, he remained courageous. 'Measured by the Soul, ' is lavishly illustrated with never-seen-before photographs of Joseph's life and Victorian times. This book also features interviews with modern patients who live with Proteus Syndrome, as well as exciting news from Dr. Leslie Biesecker of the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. Thanks to Dr. Biesecker's research, there is hope for new treatment of Proteus Syndrome and its ultimate cure. Proceeds from this book will benefit Proteus Syndrome treatment and research.1853, Feb 15: Frederick Treves, born 1861, Dec 29: Joseph Rockley Merrick weds Mary Jane Potterton, Thurmaston ... Leicestershire 1870: Charles Barnabas Merrick opens a Barber/Tobacco / Umbrella repair shop at 144 Churchgate, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Measured by Soul: The Life of Joseph Carey Merrick (also known as 'The Elephant Man')|
|Author||:||Jeanette Sitton & Mae Siu-Wai Stroshane|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2013-09|