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Breast Cancer! You're Kidding... right? Living Life Through The Prism of Uncertainty And Having A Good Time! Paperback – November 17, 2011
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For the first time ever, there is a book that speaks to anyone, with any stage of breast cancer, and provides scientific methodology with accompanying tools, decision matrices, guidance and support, peppered with amazing humor. The book provides strategy on how to determine and select life saving or life threatening treatment planning in an uncertain decision space. After reading this book, you will be able to establish and maintain continual communication with your medical team, achieve the outcome and results you desire while alleviating the stress and fear that can accompany a breast cancer diagnosis. I highly recommend this book for any patient or medical professional seeking world class clinical expertise for breast cancer treatment! Kathy Hinze, MSN, WHNP- BC --Kathy Hinze, MSN, WHNP - BC
This book is a useful read for anyone who is affected by breast cancer. It is extremely helpful from a pragmatic planning standpoint to navigate the decisions a patient faces with a breast cancer diagnosis. It is presented with a unique and uplifting voice from a woman who experienced breast cancer while undergoing simultaneous life changing events. It is an example of how to confront life's challenges with humor and living in the moment. As a doctor, I will keep a copy of her book handy for patients and the link to her website available for them to view. As her former academic advisor, I admired how she overcame adversity after adversity with dignity and an unbound wicked sense of humor. If you think the book is instructive or humorous, you should hear her in person! Kim Dunn, MD, Ph.D. --Kim Dunn, MD, Ph.D.
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Top Customer Reviews
Secondly, it is one thing to share your mind but a completely different thing to bare your soul. And she has done exactly that. She invites the reader into her utmost private moments and offers an insight on how she handled it.
This takes a lot of courage and because of this I am very sure any woman or caregiver dealing with breast cancer will find this book uplifting.
Would I recommend this read? Oh yes definitely.
Offensive content?: PG, only because I wouldn't share its contents with anyone below 10.
Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author through Pump Up Your Book. I did not receive any payment in exchange for this review nor was I obligated to write a positive one.
First of all, this book is written with a style that is very easy to read. The Cancer Cat Advice and Tips along with the step by step approach to cancer treatment and recovery management is very practical and real. A first of it's kind written by a Lean Six Sigma trained Black Belt who uses common, everyday language that makes sense to a reader who is struggling to make sense in an uncertain decision space.
Please read this, it is the secret to breast disease and breast cancer management that will empower anyone facing this dilemma.
Richard Burke, MBA RT (R)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
very nicely written, informative and helpfull text. a very good read, I read it almost in one go, Catherine knows what she is talking about.Published on March 17, 2014 by Miriam
I could relate so much to this story- the telling of her journey through breast cancer was just like how a friend would explain it to you.Published on April 18, 2013 by Shelley
I had breast cancer myself and am still going through chemotherapy. I gravitate towards books about breast cancer because to me, knowledge is power and I want to learn as much as I... Read morePublished on October 9, 2012 by Clevelander83