Cancer Diagnosis Is Not a Death Sentence: My Cancer Story That Could Cheer You Up

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AuthorHouse, Jun 23, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 164 pages
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My dear readers, a couple of years ago, I was diagnosed with prostate cancer and fortunately for me the cancer had not metastasized. I haven’t died from this diagnosis because of the aggressive treatment that I have undergone, and if I had died, I would have died with my story which I want you to share with your loved ones, especially if there is a similar cancer experience in your family.


When you are diagnosed with cancer and you know that your kids are yet to scratch the bottom of education and then life, your desire to fight to live intensifies, and this erases the thought of a death sentence as an option, even when you have no control over the medical process that awaits you. Thus,         

throughout my ordeal, my primary concern has been my boys; and I am delighted to report that God has blessed us abundantly. We have enjoyed all sorts of support from so many people, and we wish to express our sincere gratitude. May the Lord bless you bountifully too.

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About the author (2006)

          Kafain Emmanuel Mbeng, Sr. was born in Cameroon on December 24th, 1956. He attended elementary, secondary, and high schools in Cameroon Baptist School, Bamenda, Cameroon Protestant College, Bali, and Government High School, Wum, respectively. After working in Nigeria and Cameroon, he gained admission into Southeastern University in Washington, D.C. where he studied the science of business management and finance at both undergraduate and graduate levels. He manages his own Executive Transportation Services in the Washington Metropolitan Area, and is also President/CEO of Kafain Enterprises and Management Consulting (KEMCO) in Cameroon. He is married to his dear wife, Grace and they have two handsome children, Kafain, Jr. and Taku. He is an ordained deacon and loves to play tennis. He spends much of his time reading and writing.


          Kafain E. Mbeng, Sr. is also the author of another book, EVEN LOVE CAN HURT YOU, published in 2004 by AUTHORHOUSE publishers. This novel is available by order on the publisher’s website, and can also be ordered by phone at 1 888 519 5121.


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