There are lots of books offering medical advice on cancer, but “I’ve Got Cancer But It Hasn’t Got Me” is different. It chronicles the cancer experience through a lay persons eyes and through the immediacy of personal experience.
Ive Got Cancer, But It Hasnt Got Me demystifies the world of cancer and offers a sense of companionship and camaraderie. It empowers the reader to take ownership of her situation and encourages her not to define herself by the cancer. Practical tips are suggested and advice on other resources and support is given.
Ive Got Cancer, But It Hasnt Got Me is an all too common story of an ordinary woman (and her family) floundering around in the foreign land of cancer. But it is also a story of possibilities, of joy in meeting the challenge head on, of new friendships and of a deepened awareness of the beauty of life and the preciousness of the moment.