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A Semicolon Kind of Life; Living & Healing with Colorectal Cancer By Krista D'Ambroso
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A Semicolon Kind of Life; Living & Healing with Colorectal Cancer, is my story of how I'm surviving one of the deadliest cancers in the world today. Diagnosed at 38, I did the standardized... More > treatments of chemotherapy, until I discovered there were other, more efficient options. After extensive research and self-experimentation, I formulated my own way to treat and heal myself that didn't involve harmful chemicals, or a magic pill. In this book, I share the information I've compiled over the years, and offer encouragement, motivation, and most importantly, hope.< Less
Up Yours: Give Colon Cancer the Finger! By Randolph Henniger
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Give Colon Cancer the Finger is a group of those of us who have given cancer the finger. We don't allow cancer to define us, stop us from living full, productive lives and we NEVER EVER give up the... More > fight to defeat this disease. The intent of this book is to encourage others to "give cancer the finger" by taking them through the journey of one family who gave cancer the finger and kicked cancers butt. Also included in this edition are the author's FIVE KEYS TO DEFEATING CANCER tips and a new chapter on SURVIVING THE CURE. We hope you enjoy the book and join us in GIVING CANCER THE FINGER!< Less
A Partner's Perspective to Winning the Battle against Cancer By Randolph Henniger
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Cancer affects more than just the patient. It impacts loved ones, partners, family and friends. This short story presents cancer survival from the partner's perspective. "My name is Patricia... More > Henniger. We live in Folsom, California. I have been married to Randy Henniger for 34 years and we have two sons, Jeff (age 31) and Josh (age 29) and I am a cancer survivor. We found out that Randy had Stage 3 colon cancer on March 10, 1986. He was only 30 years old. How could this happen to someone so young? Colon cancer is an older person’s disease! We had been married for 8 years and our boys were 5 and 3. Words can’t describe how we felt. Our world was in chaos. All our plans for the future suddenly put on hold while we prepared for the fight of our lives."< Less
A Very Lucky Man By Michael Reillo
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This book describes my battle with colorectal cancer from diagnosis through treatment and operation to recovery.
The Battle Won! eBook By Randolph Henniger
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The Battle Won, Blue Note Fund Edition eBook takes the reader through the Henniger family's journey to defeat colon cancer together. Travel past the shock of Randy's diagnosis of Stage III rectal... More > cancer at age 30. Venture through the trauma of treatment, into recovery and finally becoming good survivors. A portion of the proceeds from the Blue Note Edition of The Battle Won are being donated for life-saving treatments to current cancer patients through the Colon Cancer Alliance's Blue Note Fund. www.bluenotefund.org Each chapter begins with a poem from Randy's grandmother (Nana) written in the early 1900s. Share this remarkable journey leading to a happy, healthy family living life fully as cancer survivors, and contribute to life sustaining cancer treatments to those in need.< Less
The Battle Won! Blue Note Fund Edition By Randolph Henniger
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The Battle Won, Blue Note Fund Edition takes the reader through the Henniger family's journey to defeat colon cancer together. Travel past the shock of Randy's diagnosis of Stage III rectal cancer at... More > age 30. Venture through the trauma of treatment, into recovery and finally becoming good survivors. A portion of the proceeds from this version of The Battle Won are being donated for life-saving treatments to current cancer patients through the Colon Cancer Alliance's Blue Note Fund. www.bluenotefund.org Each chapter begins with a poem from Randy's grandmother (Nana) written in the early 1900s. Share this remarkable journey leading to a happy, healthy family living life fully as cancer survivors, and contribute to life sustaining cancer treatments to those in need.< Less
Fight for ME By Randolph Henniger
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Randy Henniger, a 26 year colon cancer survivor, ostomate and patient advocate describes his battle to defeat cancer and enjoy the journey. "I was keeping a secret, a potentially deadly secret,... More > but I was too embarrassed to talk to anyone about it..."< Less
I am not an Asshole, Surgically Speaking: Trials and Tribulations of the Assless Wonder By Rebecca Babcock
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A 6 year fight with Colorectal cancer, Chemo-therapy, cutting edge treatment, and trying to survive it all gives one many different feelings. It is not easy to stay positive all the time, nor is it... More > easy to just give up. A long and exhausting fight against a merciless opponent can leave you feeling alone, dejected, hopeless and just plain beaten down. But with good friends, great family, a loyal sidekick, the world's strongest woman as a mother and best friend and a fighting spirit that WILL NOT STOP, Cancer is a word not a sentence. Stories, thoughts, poems, feelings, hope and despair are contained in this book. All written by Becca Babcock, a colorectal cancer patient diagnosed at the age of 26, who did not let Cancer defeat her. She did not lay down and quit. She fought as hard as anyone could, and continued to really live her life while fighting. Read what she felt for 6 years, the ups, the downs, the in-betweens and meet an incredible inspiration to anyone who feels like giving up.< Less
THE COLOSTOMY: A LIFESAVER By Donald Biggers
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The story of my life as a 22 year survivor of colorectal cancer leaving me with a permanent colostomy and a system I developed for myself leaving me pouch-free and enables me to live a near-normal... More > life. The cost is only pennies per day.< Less