A Cup of Comfort for Breast Cancer Survivors: Inspiring stories of courage and triumph
If stories are medicine, then this collection will help keep hopes up and spirits alive on the road to recovery. Readers will applaud the bravery of 50 exceptional survivors as they tell their unique experiences with breast cancer. Every breast cancer survivor has a different story, but they all have one thing in common: courage. From dealing with diagnosis to undergoing chemotherapy, facing hair loss and possibly the loss of a breast, these fearless women undergo more than anyone ever should. These stories pay tribute to these women and their battles, and celebrate their victories. In this stunning new collection, readers will find compelling, inspiring, and uplifting personal essays about the experiences and emotions of living with?and after?breast cancer. $.50 of every copy will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure?
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This affordable paperback features 46 tales of how to confront, deal with, be angry about, face the financial burdens of, and go beyond a breast cancer diagnosis, written by the women themselves or ... Read full review
My Third Lung 8 Laura Walsh Plunkett
The Friend Who Came and Went Sheryl Kraft
Code Red Nikki Marchesiello
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