Books by breast cancer survivors
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Thais. Age: 26. Treat yourself with a touch of class and make your night an unforgettable pleasure. I would like to be your companion to official engagements, cultural events as well as personal intimate friend for pleasurable and hedonistic hours in private atmosphere.
Inspirational Short Stories From Well-Known Cancer Survivors
Be A Survivor - Breast Cancer Treatment Guide
In , health care journalist Kate Pickert was working for Time. She was a wife, and a mother to 3-year-old Evangeline, and by the end of the year, she was a breast cancer patient. Pickert was 35 with no family history of the disease when she was diagnosed with invasive breast cancer. Her tumor was triple positive, which meant it tested positive for estrogen, progesterone, and the marker HER2, and required chemotherapy before a double mastectomy, the removal of 22 lymph nodes under her arms, five weeks of daily radiation and six months of targeted drug therapy— days in all. Her treatment was effective and her prognosis was excellent with no recurrence in sight.
Amelie Fischer. Age: 23. You'll quickly notice how open, spontaneous and passionate I am. Get ready for a date with a lot of feeling and devotion. I will see with all your senses that you in touch with me feel comfortable. I am the sweet chocolate of which you want to ever cost. I pass away on your tongue and melt for you. I will for you to addiction. I promise you!
When Can I Say I Am a Breast Cancer Survivor?
Delinsky A Woman's Place , a prolific popular novelist, lost her mother to breast cancer and is herself a survivor of the disease. This practical guide is a worthy addition to recent literature about how individual women deal with this illness, like Jennie Nash's The Victoria's Secret Catalog Never Stops Coming reviewed above. Delinsky has collected a compendium of survival secrets "that have nothing to do with doctors, machines or drugs and everything to do with women helping women" that she wished had been available to her when she was diagnosed in She offers short personal anecdotes contributed by breast cancer survivors of every age and background. They recount the strategies that helped them through all aspects of cancer, including diagnosis, treatment, support groups and how to best conduct relationships with family, friends and in the workplace.
Breast cancer treatment is rigorous and unrelenting. For many women, surgery, radiation, chemotherapy and other treatments can result in a variety of side effects including fatigue, nausea, pain, depression and impaired cognitive function. Reading is a great way to keep your mind active while your body rests. There are so many books out there about living with cancer, many written by real women who have battled breast cancer themselves.