Conversations: Women and Their Stories

Julie Klein, Author of My Health Care is Killing Me

Julie Klein was born in Philadelphia and raised in South Florida. She worked in the telecommunications industry as a Corporate Trainer and Customer Service Manager. After being downsized, she left corporate life and starting her own exercise and dance program for women. Shortly after, while still in her 40’s, she survived two aggressive cancers. Her illness reshaped the course of her life. Forced into early retirement due to her failing health, she began focusing on writing about her life. Turns out, she had a lot to say! Julie self-published her memoir about the lack of compassion in our healthcare system,. The book, available on Amazon, is titled My Healthcare is Killing me, a Personal Journal. Julie, who was recently widowed, has two amazing step daughters, and a step granddaughter. Last, but not least, she is once again reinventing her life through laughter and great adventures with her best friend Jayne. Three interview questions: (I may change these questions after talking to Maddy) 1). Your book is about a very difficult time in your life, yet there is a lot of humor in it. Tell us about that. 2) You found the lump yourself in October , yet you didn’t have your first treatment until February. Why? 3) How has your illness changed you? What is your life like now?

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Julie Klein, Author of My Health Care is Killing Me

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Julie Klein, Author of My Health Care is Killing Me

This meeting takes place on Zoom. The zoom links are sent via email in your membership update letter, and again an hour before each event. To get access to our programs, you may become a member.