Every 29 seconds, someone in the world is diagnosed with cancer and, in an instant, they have to come to terms with a whole new future. To help make this adjustment just that little bit easier, here is a collection of real advice from real people who have all had first hand experience at the pointy end of cancer.
What I Wish I Knew about Cancer talks with survivors, pre-viviors, partners, husbands, wives, children, researchers, and medical professionals and asks them all, "If you could go back and give your younger self some advice about preventing, treating and/or outlasting cancer, what would it be?" It then goes on to describe their cancer journey, and how they came to their particular insights.
The result is another inspirational What I Wish I Knew book full of the wisdom of hindsight that would help anyone facing this disease. It also has advice on how to better our chances of never hearing those fateful words, "I'm sorry, you have cancer."