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The funny side of lung cancer Paperback – November 12, 2010
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The book begins with an introduction to the author, who was born in Hungary in 1936, and then moves forward to a hospital in Melbourne, Australia in early 2010. There, Mr. Palfy is in a bed shortly after surgery, struggling for breath, and wondering who might attend his funeral service. Instead of giving in to self pity, he is inspired by the idea to write a funny book. Having published several photography and travel adventure books, he is more than up to the task of this new project. The difference with this book is where it was planned and written--his travel books are set in the wilds of Australia--this one was jotted down while waiting for doctor and nurse visits and treatments.
In order to photograph wildlife, Mr. Palfy would first need to get beyond his fear of snakes. He did that by sheer determination and researching the animals. It is this type of willpower that Mr. Palfy advocates to those suffering from cancer as he writes, "We can overcome our fears and live happily ever after - we only need to make up our mind about it!" He advises that we shouldn't worry needlessly and that we should prepare for, and then face, adversity head on.
Lung cancer has not been kind to Mr. Palfy's family, as he lost two uncles and an aunt to the disease prior to his own diagnosis. Despite this deep understanding of the disease, Mr.Read more ›
Regards Anne Rogers