After a Bleeding Brain, Life Goes on with Andrew Bloom

March 29, 2014
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Andrew Bloom, the author of both "A Bleeding Brain" & "After a Bleeding Brain" once again joins eHealth Radio and the Health News Channel. After a Bleeding Brain: Life Goes On is Andrew's remarkable, ongoing journey toward health and self-discovery.


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Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Andrew Bloom discuss the following:

  • How is the second book, after a bleeding brain different than the first book, a bleeding brain?
  • What has happened since we last spoke almost two years ago?
  • Do you think there will be a third book?
  • Do you still keep in touch with your surgeons and advances in the medical field?
  • How can a listener get in touch with you?

Duration: 4:54


“Not content with merely telling a story about his recovery, Mr. Bloom, instead, transports readers into an entirely different world—Andrew’s world—where life and success take on entirely new meanings,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing LLC. “After a Bleeding Brain: Life Goes On" is a testimony to the uncommon strength of the human spirit and one man’s enduring hope for recovery—an inspiring account.”


Andrew S. Bloom was born in Great Neck, New York, to Sharon and Arnold Bloom. Andrew grew up in Plainview, New York, and moved to Florida shortly after graduating from Adelphi University in Garden City, New York, in 1992.


He has suffered three brainstem bleeds as a result of a birth defect which resulted in his undergoing intensive rehabilitation on four separate occasions. He has also undergone brain surgery in an attempt to correct the underlying problem. Through all this, he has maintained a positive attitude.


His first book, A Bleeding Brain, released by Brighton Publishing in 2012, is an inspiring and amazing true story that has captured the hearts of many readers, and received much acclaim in the literary world.


He resides in West Palm Beach, Florida, with his wife, Caroline; son, Ryan; daughter, Samantha; and their dog, Oreo.


Contact: abloom@medicalinnovationstoday.com