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‘When we came out of the hospital the first words I said to Stuart were “chemof**kingtherapy!” about three times (it may have been more). I was really angry! I am not one to swear, generally, but I couldn’t think of anything more intelligent to say that would adequately express how I was feeling. We hugged and then got in the car. I still wasn’t crying, Stuart still wasn’t crying (he still looked unwell, though), and then we had a quiet journey home.’
This book is a humorous, but equally serious, account of how it feels to be told that you have breast cancer. It looks at how this diagnosis can affect your relationships, your moods and even your lifestyle. It tells you what happens after you receive the news, and explains the hospital procedures that this diagnosis may lead to.
If you are a relative or friend of somebody who is undergoing treatment, it will give you an insight into how the treatment may make them feel, and new understanding of how delicate their emotional state might be.
This book is brutally honest in places, but always warmly supportive. It has moments of laughter and also of tears. It shows how author Denise Shaw has come to re-evaluate her life and realise that a breast cancer diagnosis does not have to mean an ending but instead can be the start of a new life after breast cancer – one that will be different but, hopefully, better than ever.
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Subtítulo: STORY ABOUT HAVING AND SURVIVING BREAST CANCER