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Biographies, Autobiographies and Memoirs

A Way Back To Health – 12 Lessons From A Cancer Survivor

A self-help book from a cancer survivor that promotes advocacy and action with personal stories and essential advice Twelve lessons to empower cancer patients and caregivers Kelley Skoloda was the healthiest person she knew—until the day she became a cancer patient. During her first, routine colonoscopy, Kelley received a shocking…
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Biographies, Autobiographies and Memoirs

Praying For A Miracle When It’s Hopeless – One woman’s battle with cancer

A story of extreme battles and overwhelming faith by Isabella Milan Have you ever been given news that made you feel as if you were a prisoner sentenced to death? That was my initial feeling when I was told I had Breast Cancer with metastasis to my brain, that my…
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Book Blast! Prostate Cancer Strikes: Navigating the Storm

AT AGE 57, GOGS GAGNON became one of the millions of men diagnosed with prostate cancer during their lifetimes. After his surgery and recovery, he decided to share his story, Prostate Cancer Strikes, to inspire others to advocate for their health, learn from his experiences and what he would have…
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Biographies, Autobiographies and Memoirs

Book Blast! Cotton Teeth by Glenn Rockowitz

Father and son simultaneously battle cancer in comedian’s darkly funny and deeply moving memoir Four-time cancer survivor Glenn Rockowitz pens follow-up to bestseller, “Rodeo in Joliet” Seattle, Washington – Four-time cancer survivor, comedian and former SNL writer, Glenn Rockowitz, is back with his highly anticipated second memoir, “Cotton Teeth” (Harper…
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Biographies, Autobiographies and Memoirs

This Side of the Dream: Writing a Memoir and finding your tribe by Stefani Milan

This Side of the Dream: A Memoir by Stefani Milan “…The author takes the reader on a spiritual and, at times, emotional roller-coaster journey as her healing process evolves following her mother’s death…But the memoir is not depressing. Rather, it vividly and gently brings the reader through the evolution of…
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