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TROUGH THE EYES OF A SURVIVOR, A BRAIN TUMOR PATIENT CHRONICALS HIS UNUSUAL STORY IN A NEW BOOK.

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 Proceeds from this book benefit the Musella Foundation!


Posted on: 04/14/2015

TROUGH THE EYES OF A SURVIVOR, A BRAIN TUMOR PATIENT CHRONICALS HIS UNUSUAL STORY IN A NEW BOOK.

 

April, 2015

Author:  Steve Cox

Tittle:  If You Love Me, Take Me Now

 

The true story of a family's struggle with brain cancer. From the onset of symptoms through diagnosis and treatment, the author articulately chronicles events as they unfold. Fears and raw emotions will capture the reader and give them an insider's view of a husband and wife's struggle to stay alive. The odds of what happened to this family are incalculable.

 

For the medical professional, this narrative will bolster their understanding of a patient's mindset at the time of a severe health crisis - the impact it has on the patient, and those surrounding them.

 

The lay person will be moved by the author's naked despair as he struggles to survive a brain tumor, and then to be confronted with his wife's diagnosis and his efforts to keep her alive.

 

The introduction is written by:  Dr. Mark Gilbert

 

The book is dedicated to the pursuit of a cure for brain cancer. 

 

Available on Amazon and at book stores

ISBN: 978-1511645218

 

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