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November 22 2011 Cancer Newsletter

Hello and Happy Thanksgiving!

I am thankful for you, and hope that you have a loving environment in which you can relax and spend the day!

I just have a couple of reminders, and maybe a link or two to a blogger I follow on Twitter who has the shortest, but most thought-provoking and inspirational reads. Make yourself a hot cup of Earl Grey tea (or your favorite), and enjoy. You’ll have to read several, because his are usually short and rich, which I find very refreshing! (Thank You cards) While there be sure to click 10 Commandments of Blogging, it’s humorous. I think you’ll enjoy it!

BeeAlive Supplements & Skin Care Holiday Specials – log onto their website for Holiday Specials for #supplements and #skincare! Plus, click on eBuzz for a great Butternut Squash with Apples recipe that you can print out!

Upcoming Book Review-The Lovin’ Ain’t Over

The Lovin’ Ain’t Over for Women with Cancer, by Ralph and Barbara Alterowitz (2011) 280 pgs. $18.95 US dollars.

I am working feverishly hard to finish this book. It is so full of helpful information, for both breast cancer and reproductive cancer patients and survivors. Every patient-single or not, survivor, or partner needs to read this book. Every medical student, oncologist, and mental health provider should have this in their library!

If you have been struggling with your self image, or sexuality and intimacy because of cancer and side-effects from treatment, then this is the book you need. This book has affected me personally in a positive way. I believe it will help many. There is hope!

Go to: to get it. It is on sale through the end of the month. The site has a wealth of information as well.

You don’t have to wait for the review – go ahead and get it if you can!

God Bless and Happy Thanksgiving!


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Rann Patterson, Cancer Editor

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