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Rosemary Forrest

Rosemary Forrest

Augusta, Georgia

Rosemary Forrest is a writer with a background in journalism and science writing. She has written extensively on environmental subjects for the University of Georgia and has published in numerous newspapers and magazines. She has recently written a training manual for a national nonprofit and also has experience in grant-writing. She has undertaken this current work because her family was found to carry a genetic disorder that is rare and poorly understood, even in the medical community.

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Success! Fatty Acid Oxidation Disorders and You sold 94 pre-orders by Jan. 17, 2016, was pitched to 2 publishers, and will be self published.

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Update #3 - Geneticists welcome new book Feb. 4, 2016

Just to keep everyone updated on my book about fatty acid oxidation disorders, I wanted to let you all know that last week I attended a genetics conference and distributed copies of selected passages of the book to several geneticists and other experts in the field.  One person got back to me yesterday and was effusive in her praise, telling me the book is exactly what is needed.  Several of the geneticists promised to assist and I await their feedback.  I am very encouraged by all of this and want to thank you again for your support.


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