A new book has been released detailing how a group of doctors, physiotherapists and other health professionals fought to bring back a man who had been dead for nearly three decades.
The Man, as he was known, was the father of two who were also the parents of the man who would become the father and husband of the iconic character Dr. Steven Moffat.
The Man was diagnosed with ALS in 1993, but the cause was never fully understood.
At the time, he was suffering from dementia and was unable to walk.
The ALS Association in the U.S. helped with a number of different treatments, including an experimental spinal tap to help stabilize his body, which helped him walk, eat and sleep.
The physical rehabilitation was initially limited to a few months, but it was extended to months or years and led to a full recovery.
The book, The Man: The Real Story of the ALS Association, chronicles how those efforts and the help from the ALS community and other organizations helped to bring Steven Moffay back from the brink of death.
The book is titled “The Man,” and it is due out on November 12, 2018 from The Penguin Press.
It is the second book in the series, and follows the third, The Doctors: A Life Behind the Man.
“It was a truly remarkable story of how these two men’s love and friendship had been transformed by the power of technology,” Dr. Jodi Bussman, the book’s co-author and a clinical professor at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, told Entertainment Weekly.
“It was an incredible story and one that had such a powerful effect on both men.”
The Man’s story has been told in countless films, TV shows and books over the years.
However, this book is the first to delve into the details behind the true story behind Steven Moffate, who died at the age of 82 on Nov. 15, 2018.
It was written by the late author and screenwriter Robert Bloch, who passed away in January, 2019.
It chronicles the incredible medical treatment that took place to bring the beloved character back to life.
It also sheds light on the efforts of those involved in bringing Steven Moffett back to his health.
“The Man” was written in the late 1980s and early 1990s and the book has an estimated runtime of approximately 90 minutes, according to The Man’s biographer, Mark Twain.
The series was based on Twain’s autobiography, “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer,” published in 1859.
In the book, a man named Stephen, played by Bill Pullman, was in his late 20s when his brother died of ALS in 1991.
Stephen was then suffering from chronic headaches.
He was prescribed a series of medications, including a new kind of drug called beta blockers, to ease his symptoms.
But Stephen was still unable to control his symptoms and could not walk or eat.
Stephen then sought help from a physiotherapist named Mary Jane Jones.
“Stephen had never seen a doctor in his life,” Bussmann told EW.
“When he finally went to Mary Jane, she was not able to help him, but she could give him some advice.
Mary Jane suggested he try another medication, and Stephen did try it, and he got better, and eventually recovered completely.”
Jones continued to treat Stephen.
She also found a way to use a robotic arm to help Stephen regain his balance.
“He was able to go around the room and play a little guitar, which was an amazing experience,” Bressman said.
“Stephen had a whole world of possibilities that were waiting to be explored.”
When Stephen was able a little bit of his own life back, Bussm wrote that the story began to unravel.
Stephen died on Nov, 15, 2020.
Stephen’s daughter, Mary Jane who was still a child at the time and still in her early 20s at the point of the story, wrote to The Doctor in tears, asking if he was coming back.
“My father had a terminal illness, and I don’t think I’ve ever seen him smile before,” she wrote.
“He was just so beautiful.
He just wanted to see me and be there for me.
I know I will miss him.”
The Doctor responded in kind.
“My dear, it is with great sadness that I must inform you that you are not coming back,” he wrote.