Cancer Hates Kisses Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-09-10 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

"I wasn't sure that I could read this book when I first saw it in a stack of F&G's that I had been given. As a breast cancer survivor celebrating my first year cancer free, I still have a lot of emotions from my own journey this past year. I never could relate to the words fighter or battle and I didn't see myself as a superhero. I made choices. I did what I had to do. I tried to live and live positively and show grace to myself when I just needed to break down and cry. But I think every cancer patient gets to define the words that she or he use to keep them going on their journey. Silwerski is a breast cancer survivor who was diagnosed shortly after the birth of her daughter. She lived the journey (and there is more in an author's note at the end) and she gets to choose her words and "fighter and superhero" are as good as any other ones. I was touched by how Silwerski took the process from diagnosis to surgery to chemo to radiation and made it more understandable for young children. May she celebrate many more years with her family." said.

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