Not Done Yet: Living Through Breast Cancer Paperback – Apr 1 2009
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"This is a very very good book -- witty, insightful, thoughtful and ultimately inspiring. It's a great read and will really help every person on cancer treatment (and many of their doctors!)." - Robert Buckman, Medical Oncologist, author of Cancer Is a Word, Not a SentenceKingston's book provides the detail and emotional shadings that give meaning to these stark, exterior facts. The honest telling of a singular story weaves the experience of cancer into the whole cloth of a life, reworked after a devastating rupture. - Sharon Batt, author of Patient No More: The Politics of Breast Cancer
About the Author
Laurie Kingston was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005 and decided to create a blog about it. That blog is the basis for this very candid, moving, and often very funny book about a mother, lover, and angry cancer activist who continues to find a great deal to enjoy in life. Laurie lives and writes in Ottawa.
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