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Cancer Has Its Privileges: Stories of Hope and Laughter (2002)

by Christine Clifford

Other authors: Jack Lindstrom (Illustrator), Arnold Palmer (Introduction)

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I found this book at a Goodwill Store just after a clear cancer check up and decided to purchase it. The author, herself a cancer survivor, relates that one night, a series of humorous cartoons about cancer came to her. With this book, she not only shares some of those cartoon ideas, but also humorous stories that others have shared with her. Though I didn't find anything "laugh-out-loud-funny" within this book, I did relate to and appreciate the stories that were shared. I thought the section that discussed ways you can help a cancer patient and ways to let others help you if you are the cancer patient to be very well done. ( )
  JenniferRobb | Aug 12, 2016 |
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  Nicktee1949 | Mar 28, 2007 |
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To my husband, John, sons, Tim and Brooks, and to all the family, friends, and members of "The Cancer Club" who have helped make my life privileged.

To the Memory of my mother, Mary Christine, and to all our contributing authors who are no longer with us today: Deborah Bauserman, Edward Beckwell, Rita Busch, Linda Forti, Mary Minor, Robert H. Mueller, and Kris Silverman.
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Every December 19th, I celebrate my anniversary as a cancer survivor.
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Cancer survivor and founder of The Cancer Club®, Christine Clifford has been sharing her inspiring, humorous outlook on living with cancer with thousands of cancer patients and their families. Now she has gathered a collection of battlefield stories and anecdotes from her fellow survivors that go from the outright hilarious to the downright moving, and combined them with her own personal story of triumphant survival.
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