Letters Along My Journey: My Experience with Cancer and Chemotherapy

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 108 pages
What is your first thought when you hear the word cancer? It's probably not a good one. Cancer changes us, some of us for good others for bad. Ovarian cancer changed me. I became stronger, determined and empowered. From being a listener I became a writer. This book is about my journey through Chemotherapy. As I told my story to family and friends, I discovered that besides being concerned, they were starving for information. This topic and what a person is experiencing along the way was new to most of them. It changed the direction of my life and helped others to look at cancer from a new perspective. You'll laugh with me, maybe you'll cry, but hopefully you'll be come a wiser person.

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Angeline Graser was born and raised in Wisconsin, graduated from Our Lady of Mercy High School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1965. She worked in clerical, statistical and administrative positions for insurance companies in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Raleigh, North Carolina. She moved to Florida in 1990 to become primary caregiver to parents, George (deceased) and Dolores Black. She is a past president of the Council of Catholic Women and past assistant Youth Group leader at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Catholic Church in Sarasota, Florida. Being passionate about the knowledge needed to confront ovarian cancer and Chemotherapy, a book of her experiences was inevitable. She lives in Bradenton, Florida with her son, Christopher, who owns his own web design company, Last 7 Studios.

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