Juzar Ali’s New Book “The Perpetual Migrant: Finding My Way from Abundance in Poverty to Poverty of Abundance” Is a Personal Memoir of an Eventful Life Across the Globe

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Recent release “The Perpetual Migrant: Finding My Way from Abundance in Poverty to Poverty of Abundance” from Page Publishing author Juzar Ali is an autobiographical reflection his early years in India and Pakistan, his career and experience in medicine in Pakistan and other countries, during which he has had an unvarnished view of the fragmented and convoluted healthcare system in America.

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Juzar Ali is an Indian-born physician and married father and grandfather who grew up in Pakistan and now lives in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he serves as an academic clinician, clinical educator, and clinical researcher at the LSU Health Sciences Center. He has published his latest book “The Perpetual Migrant: Finding My Way from Abundance in Poverty to Poverty of Abundance”: a gripping autobiography that follows his journey from Pakistan as the son of a poor shopkeeper determined to provide his only son with the best education available to medical school and a coveted residency in the United States.

“The Perpetual Migrant” is the story of a spirit constantly on the move. Inspired as a memoir primarily for his grandchildren, family, and friends, this personal narrative reflects Juzar Ali’s experience and observations in the post-partition era in Pakistan. He takes the reader through the ups and downs of his life and his experiences across the world. The book is his journey to his roots and through the challenges of a migrant family. Growing up amid poverty with enclaves of abundance within this poverty, the author recounts in this autobiography the migration back and forth to and from USA. As he does so, he observes poverty amid the abundance around him in the US and sees this impacting the most in health care in which he has been intrinsically embedded throughout his life. These pockets of poverty in the US are not necessarily due to limited resources but more because of lack of commitment and dysfunctional priorities we have at an individual, societal, and national level.

Published by Page Publishing, Juzar Ali’s engrossing book is a compelling autobiography and a stark juxtaposition of the vast differences between Pakistan, the country of his youth, and his adopted American home.

Net proceeds from the sale of this book to be donated to TAHA (Towards Achieving Health Care & Access) Foundation. Donations welcome at https://tahaaligandhifoundation.org/.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “The Perpetual Migrant: Finding My Way from Abundance in Poverty to Poverty of Abundance” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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