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Almost Always Fatal (Surviving Cancer With a Sense of Humor) By Charles Walton
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Can a cancer survivor's story be entertaining, even funny? One might expect "informative", "interesting", or "inspiring", and this book is all three, but Charles... More > Walton's writing style and honest, down-to-earth sense of humor, make his account of his battle with a deadly form of cancer a truly fun read. In 2004 Walton was diagnosed with cancer while self-employed with no health insurance. He and wife Kathy lost their business, their home, and even their dog over the ensuing two-year period which he covers in these pages. He says, "It sounds like a country song, doesn't it? Did I mention that I lost my pick-up truck too? The point is though: None of that stuff (except, of course, our dog) matters. Kathy and I live in a one-bedroom apartment and drive a 17-yr.-old car now, but we live better than ever before, taking nothing for granted."< Less
MY BREAST CANCER By Florence DUMONTEIL
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In 38 years, the diagnosis falls. The author tells in this book the story of her breast cancer with details, advices and a good dose of humor. She chose to face the event otherwise, for example: -she... More > imagined herself the scanner as a machine to project in the time, - she enjoyed herself with names of the patients in waiting rooms:. " Madam Off, it belongs to you " shouted the technician. She observed her since a moment and she had found her sleepy! - she wanted to stick a post-it on her sick breast so that the surgeon does not make a mistake, - and so on. … It is not stupid, never sad and charming. The end is funny. We wonder what are going to look like her children if she has it with her new lover?! (To buy it, it is enough to join free of charge on Lulu and to open an account on the site www.paypal.fr for a secure payment.)< Less
cancer is SO FUNNY! By AMY MARASH
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Cartoons and drawings by cancer survivor Amy Marash that convert fear and rage into a manageable, almost laughable experience. Drawings include: Colon Cancer Doesn't Have a Good Ribbon, I'm Awake,... More > Are You Sleeping?, Mad, Skinny Jeans, Dude, Where's My Toes, and Marco Colo!< Less
Damn the Cancer: Short Comedies By Brett Fauver
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In this collection of short plays and comedy sketches playwright, raconteur, and cancer survivor Brett Fauver examines subjects he encountered daily while going through five years of chemotherapy... More > treatment, radiation therapy, and two bone-marrow/stem cell transplants. Be ready to laugh, cry, and then read again.< Less
Damn the Cancer: Short Comedies By Brett Fauver
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In this collection of short plays and comedy sketches playwright, raconteur, and cancer survivor Brett Fauver examines subjects he encountered daily while going through five years of chemotherapy... More > treatment, radiation therapy, and two bone-marrow/stem cell transplants. Be ready to laugh, cry, and then read again.< Less
Damn the Cancer: Short Comedies By Brett Fauver
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Brett Fauver was happy - twenty-nine and just married, child on the way, and a promising new theatre company in his hometown. It seemed as if his oyster was opening up. However, the presence of... More > lumps in his chest and shoulder alerted him that paradise was far off. After many biopsies and tests, it was determined that he had cancer - hodgkin's disease - which sent his life into a spiral on the same day his son was born. After many treatments and transplants, he is on the mend, with his funny bone still intact! In this collection of short plays and comedy sketches, playwright and cancer survivor Brett Fauver examines subjects he encountered daily while going through five years of chemotherapy treatment, radiation therapy, and two bone-marrow/stem cell transplants. Be ready to laugh, cry, and then read again.< Less
Damn the Cancer: Short Comedies By Brett Fauver
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Brett Fauver was happy - twenty-nine and just married, child on the way, and a promising new theatre company in his hometown. It seemed as if his oyster was opening up. However, the presence of... More > lumps in his chest and shoulder alerted him that paradise was far off. After many biopsies and tests, it was determined that he had cancer - hodgkin's disease - which sent his life into a spiral on the same day his son was born. After many treatments and transplants, he is on the mend, with his funny bone still intact! In this collection of short plays and comedy sketches, playwright and cancer survivor Brett Fauver examines subjects he encountered daily while going through five years of chemotherapy treatment, radiation therapy, and two bone-marrow/stem cell transplants. Be ready to laugh, cry, and then read again.< Less
cancer is SO FUNNY! By AMY MARASH
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Cartoons and drawings by Amy Marash convert fear and rage about cancer into a manageable, almost laughable experience. Drawings include: Colon Cancer Doesn't Have a Good Ribbon, I'm Awake, Are You... More > Sleeping?, Mad, Skinny Jeans, Dude, Where's My Toes, and Marco Colo!< Less
Laugh Away Cancer Blues By Bert McCabe
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Bert McCabe, well known La Conner, WA artist cartooned and wrote in his outrageous 105 page journal the past five years about his journey through cancer. Fellow patients, physicians, and caregivers... More > have found his interpretation and cartoon watercolor drawings the reason to laugh and help explain the different processes - with humor.< Less
Laugh Away Cancer Blues By Bert McCabe
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Bert McCabe, well known La Conner, WA artist cartooned and wrote in his outrageous 105 page journal the past five years about his journey through cancer. Fellow patients, physicians, and caregivers... More > have found his interpretation and cartoon watercolor drawings the reason to laugh and help explain the different processes - with humor.< Less