Cancer Has Its Privileges: Stories of Hope and Laughter

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Penguin, May 7, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 176 pages
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Cancer survivor and founder of The Cancer Club®, Christine Clifford has been sharing her inspiring, humorous outlook on living with cancer with thousands of cancer patients and their families. Now she has gathered a collection of battlefield stories and anecdotes from her fellow survivors that go from the outright hilarious to the downright moving, and combined them with her own personal story of triumphant survival.
 

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Contents

One Wednesday
Schick It To Me
Anesthesia Amnesia
Top 10 Reasons Why Losing Your Hair to Chemotherapy Is So Great
Granddaughter Tori 3 years old
In Sickness and In Health
Comforters
Post Mastectomies
To Cancer Patients
To Cancer Patients
To Cancer Patients
To Cancer Patients
To Cancer Patients
To Cancer Patients
To Cancer Patients
To Cancer Patients

Hair Today Gone Tomorrow
A Message to My Cancer
Bionic Woman
Life
Laughter
Christine Cliffords Cancer Club
Gory Story
Still Me
A Better Chance
To Cancer Patients
To Cancer Patients
To Cancer Patients
To Cancer Patients
To Cancer Patients
To Cancer Patients
To Cancer Patients
To Cancer Patients
To Cancer Patients
Life Line
The Future
Prescription for a Cure
ABOUT Books?
ABOUT Organizations?
ABOUT Spiritual Support?
ABOUT Web Sites?
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Christine Clifford has written two award-winning books about cancer, Not Now...I'm Having a No Hair Day and Our Family Has Cancer, Too!, written especially for children. She is President and CEO of The Cancer ClubŪ, which markets humorous and helpful products internationally for people who have cancer.

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