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There's No Place Like Hope: A Guide to Beating Cancer in Mind-Sized Bites: A Book of Hope, Help and Inspiration for Cancer Patients and Their Fami Hardcover – September 1, 2008
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Finally! I hope all cancer patients, survivors and their families have a copy of this book in their hands. --Cheryl Caleca, Link To Life Newsletter
Hope for those touched by cancer, written by a woman who has been there and survived. --Timothy C. Birdsall, ND, National Director, Naturopathic Medicine and Research, CTCA
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However, while reading "There is No Place Like Hope," I could not help but to conclude that it is, in large part, a marketing tool designed to attract patients to Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA). Vickie was treated at one of the organization's hospitals. While I appreciate Vickie's opinions regarding CTCA, I question her statement indicating that this organization attracts and employs the "best and the brightest" in cancer care.
I was treated for breast cancer at a CTCA hospital. Since the conclusion of my treatment at CTCA more than 10 years ago, I have been re-diagnosed with breast cancer twice. In the labyrinth of hospitals, clinics and physicians I have encountered during my own treatment odyssey, I strongly believe that the best and the brightest cancer experts are located in research hospitals where there is an all-out commitment to cutting-edge, new cancer therapies. Oncology physicians at these centers do not merely read about and indicate treatment protocols for their patients, they are in the laboratories developing and perfecting them. These physicians are educated at the best-known colleges and universities worldwide. They teach, lecture and are actively and aggressively attempting to make a difference in the lives of people victimized by cancer.Read more ›
As you may or may not have known Vickie passed away on February 10, 2007. At the time I could not speak at her funeral, the words never did come that day and if they would have I know I would have never got them out. So it is now in this forum that I can say at least a little of what I wished I could have said then. I do not and will not ever say she lost her battle with cancer due to the fact that her words live on and she is still battling the disease through all of you and with the power to still provide encouragement to all that hear her story or read her book in my mind she will always be triumphant against this terrible disease.
I just wanted to put this out there and say thank you for all the kind words about my sister and for letting me know all the good work she continues to do to this day.
All my love,
We are still battling this horrible disease, but we do see light at the end of the tunnel. This book was inspiration to everyone
in my family. My mother, her daughters, her grandchildren....we each benefited in some way from reading There's No Place Like Hope. This book is amazing.....don't hesitate.
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I purchased this book for my Mother who is battling cancer. I received a call from her the evening I gave her the book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by todd howard
I ordered this book BC my brother, sister & I have all 3 had 3 different types of cancer & I wanted to have new hope! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Super fast shipping - Thank you! The book is brand new/VG condition. However this is for a gift and there's a pink sticker applied inside that states it's from Positively Pink... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Andrew Lalino
This little book is big on message. The short inspirational stories helped my husband during prostate cancer treatment and recovery, and I've gifted it to others dealing with... Read morePublished 15 months ago by MrsDRJ
Even if your battle isn't with cancer, this is still a must read. Without hope we have nothing.Published 15 months ago by Cheryl McGinnis