Delinsky envisioned this book as "the support group that I had never joined but could have used, the one that offered all the practical little secrets of survival that have nothing to do with doctors, machines, or drugs and everything to do with women helping women." She succeeds. (Delinsky is donating all her earnings on this book to breast cancer research.) --Joan Price --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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This is a great read under emotional circumstances. I will suggest this book to any and all breast cancer survivors or just diagnosed persons.Published 2 months ago by Dana Michaud
I got this book for my friend of mine. She is finding comfort reading stories about people who are or have gone through a medical crisis. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Reality now
I purchased this book when I was diagnosed with breast cancer 9 years ago, and found the suggestions and tips from survivors to be down to earth, understandable, and helpful. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Margaret DuMont
This was my favorite nonclinical book for information on breast cancer from those who have been there. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I keep at least one of these books on hand to give out to people who have just been diagnosed with breast cancer. Someone gave it to me when I was diagnosed, and I love it.Published 6 months ago by Sue Bartlett
I enjoyed this book when I was going through treatment for breast cancer and found other people's experiences and tips to be helpful and yes, even uplifting!Published 6 months ago by Joanna Russell
This is a book that has lots of practical tips in it as well as how other people coped with breast cancer. It is also encouraging.Published 7 months ago by Marsha D