A Father's Journey, a Daughter's Voyage, a Cancer Journal: Father I Daughter We
A fascinating and instructive account of how a family managed while suffering with breast cancer. The emotional strategies used by a father and a daughter while confronting a double mastectomy, chemotherapy and radiation treatments. A Father's Journey, A Daughter's Voyage: A Cancer Journal is a look at a father and daughter's relationship, set in the old south-Lexington, Kentucky, with its special history of compassion and yet racial divides; a story of unity in the face of diversity.A Father's Journey, A Daughter's Voyage: A Cancer Journal is told through edited entries from a journal maintained by the father, poetry from the daughter, and discussions of how to manage a family while fighting the terror of double mastectomy, chemotherapy and radiation treatments.A Father's Journey, A Daughter's Voyage: A Cancer Journal reveals the special fears occasioned by race when seeking medical support; the philosophical and psychological issues one faces while confronting the uncertainty created by breast cancer. In addition, sources of information helpful for families to become cancer survivors is provided.
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WHOS BODY IS THIS?
OR LIVING WITH CANCER WITHOUT REALLY TRYING
WHAT IS AT HEART?
JANUARY 19 2002 SATURDAY
JUST KILL THEM ALL
HOW ASHES PRODUCE LIFE OR WHAT HAPPENED WHEN DANNY WALKED
FEBRUARY 22 2002 FRIDAY
APRIL 12 2002 FRIDAY
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