Learning to trust God in adversity. study on the subject of God's sovereignty in the affairs of His people.
This is a non-fiction group of short stories about
a professional Classical Pianist's experiences
during Lobular Breast Cancer. When she awoke from
the radical mastectomy she had neither a breast
nor a Profession any longer. What began as a very angry outpouring of her emotions and feelings
as a Daily Journal on her computer turned into a
positive and very hopeful set of stories. The
book is both humorous and thought provoking. All
the people who have read this marvelous book have
said they could totally identify with the experiences if a cancer patient or survivor. But
it also is a book of "Life Lesson" for one and
all; all people can enjoy the things this one
lady learned about herself, Life, and all the
Blessings she discovered through adversity !
This book can be ordered at Amazon.com or at the
email address: BlessingsDotCom@aol.com. The cost
of this 198 page book is $10.00 plus shipping if
ordered from the posted email address and will be
shipped out within 48 hours of receipt of order.
Discusses all aspects of breast cancer (oncology, surgery, pathology, radiology, plastic surgery, complementary medicine and psychiatry)
This is a story of a woman diagnosed with colorectal cancer who tries to find humor during the cancer process. The subtitle is "Humor as a survival tactic to combat cancer." She must endure life changing surgery resulting in a permanent colostomy along with a hysterectomy and vaginal reconstruction. This book will have you laughing one moment and crying the next. It is an inspiring story that cancer patients and their friends and families will enjoy. It will be available through Amazon.com within 2 weeks and Barnes and Noble and Borders within 2 months or off of the authors website at www.brendabringsjoy.com Thank you!
The RESOURCE GUIDE for PEOPLE with CANCER
Everything you will need and/or want when you are
complining information, learning about your cancer
and need support. Free and a must have.
The most awesome journal I've seen to date--our Regional Cancer Center Support Group had a speaker on Journalizing (using poetry or painting)
she presented every member a book at the close.
Roche Laboratories Inc. was kind enough to make the books available to Doctors/Cancer Centers for
cancer survivors. They cannot be obtained from the company--you must go through the Pharm Rep.
It is the sharing of Beverly Katherine Krikhart who is a breast cancer survivor since 1993. This
companion will bring out the roller coaster of our
memories/emotions and the flood gates of tears that are so vital to total healing. It is the one thing I can't imagine being without and will very
definitley complete for my family. 217 pages with room for cards, letters, milestones, triumphs, the
little let downs and the huge celebrations of this
new after-cancer life.
I encourage all to check with the Cancer Center in
their area or Cancer Doctor(s) to ask if they see the Roche Pharm. Rep to request a copy for you to
begin your Healing Companion.
WISH I had this when I started my radiation therapy! Weekly and Monthly Calendars to chart your: Treatment Schedule; Appointments; Symptoms of cancer; Side Effects of Treatment.
Includes room to track your medications; Lab tests; Med bills and health insurance. Large section for personal insights, becoming informed, making informed decisions, treatment preparation; getting the most of good days; support of family & friends; locating other support & finding inspirational books.
Received mine from on of the large Cancer Centers.
Your Doctor may have a Bristol-Myers Squibb Rep who will get one for his patients...worth the try.
One woman's story and her inspiring program for anyone facing a cancer diagnosis.
Our Regional Cancer Center Invited her to speak about her book and survival of lung cancer since 1988.
She is full of hope and freely shares her path and
cancer story. My copy is now dogeared, underlined and treasured--good to pick up before follow-ups or when something stirs us to call our ONC just to be safe/sure.