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crazy sexyCrazy Sexy Cancer Tips By Kris Carr, Foreword By Sheryl Crow

An excellent resource filled with tips on how to not only survive but thrive. If you have the inspiration, desire and intention to be a survivor the abundant information about life and living contained in this book will coach you in a way that will make you an empowered star performer and winner in the face of adversity.  - Bernie Siegel, MD (Author of Love, Medicine & Miracles)

A Random Interruption Raw and unflinching, Zaccone’s story is the stuff of other women’s lives: of mothers and daughters and sisters, and of the sisterhood that forms when women are united in battle against a common enemy. A must-read for all those diagnosed or touched by breast cancer.  All proceeds from this book will go to the Breast Cancer Center at the University of Chicago.

 “When facing a major health crisis, connecting with people is an invaluable lifeline." writes Margie Levine.

 living through bc
Living Through Breast Cancer By Dr. Carolyn Kaelin

What a Harvard doctor and survivor wants you to know about getting the best care and preserving your self-image. Award winning publication that is comprehensive and comprehensible.

Called "The Bible for women with breast cancer". A great resource.

“If my book is the one you buy when you are diagnosed with breast cancer, this one should be the one you purchase as you finish treatment. Schnipper is a terrific guide on the rocky road to recovery. This book will help you transition from the last chemotherapy/radiation treatment and help you reclaim your life!” —Susan Love, M.D.

A beautifully written collection of true stories that draws on the concept of "Kitchen table wisdom" and listening to each other’s stories. Dr. Remen is a physician, therapist, professor of medicine, and a long time survivor of chronic illness. This book "explores the spiritual issues of: suffering, meaning, love, faith and miracles in the language and absolute authority of our own lives".
You Can Do This!: Surviving Breast Cancer Without Losing Your Sanity or Your Style
By Elisha Daniels and Kelley Tuthill
Helping the newly diagnosed patient work through the initial shock of diagnosis and move forward to face the coming challenges with courage, strength, grace, makeup, and high heels. By offering advice on looking your best, even when you no longer look or feel like yourself, Tuthill and Daniels emphasize that you can continue to lead an active life and that it's perfectly acceptable to research chemotherapy alongside the latest offerings from Chanel.

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