Slaying the Cancer Giant with the Word of God: An Autobiography of a Cancer Survivor

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WestBow Press, Sep 19, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 160 pages
I am a six-year breast cancer survivor. I am very happy about this fact, because I was given an opportunity to write about that experience. This is a chronological and personal testimony of my fight against this devastating disease. This book strives to encourage and invite readers, whether in perfect health or stricken by illness, to trust God in all situations. My journey with breast cancer was a test of my faith in God. Through my own struggle, I remind readers that life is going to be filled with difficult and sometimes life-changing situations when our faith is tested. At these crucial times, it is our test to decide how we will respond. Find out how I responded, and then get ready to be introduced or re-introduced to someone who cares about every situation you will encounter.
 

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Contents

In Memory of My Mother and Grandmother
A TelephoneConversationthat Changed My Life
The Cancer Treatment Process
Journeying with My Mother through Breast Cancer
Cancer Support Groups Going through the Journey with Ample Support
The Professional Support in My Journey
The Devastation of Hair Loss andSkin Discoloration
Spreading the Word
FundraisingEvents Walking with Other Women Diagnosedwith Cancer
Myths Concerning BreastCancer A Word of Encouragement and Hope
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About the author (2012)

Reverend Diana M. Fields is a native of Chicago. She is an ordained minister and retired teacher. She resides in Flossmoor, Illinois, with her husband, Willie. She has one son, Anthony, a daughter-in-law, Chogie, and one granddaughter, Simone. Reverend Fields has completed this first book, but it will not be her last.

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