Hot Flashes, Swollen Ankles and Sore Breasts and I'm a Man: How One Man Used a Sense of Humor to Combat Cancer - Twice

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AuthorHouse, Jul 29, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 124 pages
If you are a cancer patient, primary caretaker, relative or friend of a cancer patient, or if you are concerned about cancer in your future, this is a must read book for you. Written in a humorous manner by a prostate cancer survivor, now undergoing chemo and radiation treatments for lung cancer, this book can give you a smile, provide you with a more positive attitude, and perhaps alleviate some of your fears. There are two ways you can face the words, "You have cancer." You can cry, moan, feel sorry for yourself, and blame everyone and everything for what is happening to you. Or you can get mad as hell and say you won't be intimidated. You can kick butts, take names and refuse to let the disease control your life. The author chose to fight, and he doesn't mean a political correctness slap on the wrist. He means a tooth and talon, claws and fangs, no-holds-barred battle. Join him in combat as he uses a sense of humor, a positive attitude and faith as his weapons.

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About the author (2009)

Bob Vance Moulder is a Mississippian by birth, a Southerner by preference, an American by the grace of God, a writer by temperament, a vagabond by choice and a confirmed optimist because that's the only way he knows how to live.  When he is not traveling over this beautiful country  he loves so well, or tromping through the woods enjoying his passion for wildlife photography, he resides in Ridgeland, Mississippi.

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