Edited by Ginny Fraser
WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU HEARD A STORY OF SOMEONE WITH CANCER THAT HAD A HAPPY ENDING?
We dont often hear them, but in this new book from Health Issues there are 24 happy endings from people with a huge range of cancers who recovered and went on to say exactly how they did it.
Overcoming Cancer: 24 true stories of triumph and hope is a collection of first-person survivor stories. These 24 people with a cancer diagnosis who came back from the brink to run marathons, to raise kids, to start charities and to live normal, healthy lives.
Here are some examples:
Carol had vulval cancer and recovered to start her own charity for women with this distressing and incredibly private cancer.
Bernie a welder from Newcastle, recovered from melanoma in the eye and started working in healthcare.
Ann after a kidney removal due to cancer went on to run marathons, visit Australia, walk on a glacier, saw the Northern Lights and experienced a rainforest
Geoff Boycott the cricketing legend saved his voice after conquering oesophageal (throat) cancer.
Ginny beat melanoma, put this book together and now coaches others on recovery.
Scott only 28 when he was diagnosed with testicular cancer and now a marathon-running dad who is able to speak out about the importance of self-checking for men.
Order your copy now at www.canceractive.com