The Battle at Fort Knockers

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AuthorHouse, Jan 31, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 84 pages
Hi, My name is Angela and I was diagnosed with breast cancer at the young age of 36. This is the book I wish was out when I was diagnosed. I went through several complications that you would'nt believe, and this is my story. I take you with me on my journey through medical chaos, as I try to keep up with daily living. I have a crude sense of humor, and do not hold back on much, especially my language. I hope you enjoy my light, yet crude way on such a deep subject
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
CHAPTER ONE
3
CHAPTER TWO
6
CHAPTER THREE
9
CHAPTER FOUR
11
CHAPTER FIVE
15
CHAPTER SIX
18
CHAPTER SEVEN
23
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
43
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
45
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
47
CHAPTER NINETEEN
49
CHAPTER TWENTY
52
CHAPTER TWENTY ONE
54
CHAPTER TWENTY TWO
57
CHAPTER TWENTY THREE
59

CHAPTER EIGHT
26
CHAPTER NINE
28
CHAPTER TEN
30
CHAPTER ELEVEN
31
CHAPTER TWELVE
34
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
36
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
38
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
41
CHAPTER TWENTY FOUR
61
CHAPTER TWENTY FIVE
63
CHAPTER TWENTY SIX
65
CHAPTER TWENTY SEVEN
67
CHAPTER TWENTY EIGHT
69
CHAPTER TWENTY NINE
71
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About the author (2012)

Angela is a young mother of three, with an adoring husband. She enjoys being with her family and attending all of the baseball games, karate, ballet, and gymnastics that her children are involved in. In addition to being an Emergency Medical Technician in a local emergency room for ten years, she is an active member in the Ladies Auxiliary of Local 2665 Firefighters of Eastern Missouri. Angela's hobbies are curling up with a good book, cooking, and being at her lake condo surrounded by friends and family, not to mention having a few cocktails! Her favorite book is "Are you there vodka, it's me Chelsea" by Chelsea Handler. Angela hopes this book will get an important message out to other young women facing this horrible disease, as well as letting women know they are not alone.

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