Official Review: Personal Encounters with Cancer

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Re: Official Review: Personal Encounters with Cancer

Post by EmunahAn » 21 Sep 2017, 08:49

Nice review. I like the way the book gives the reader first-hand experience of what cancer patients have to go through. It reminds of Chasing Life, the TV Series.
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Post by Riptidemom8 » 22 Sep 2017, 11:15

Cancer Sucks! This sounds like a great book to read however I am not sure I could personally handle a book like this. I lost my mom to cancer a few years ago.

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Post by Oliver Ekaso » 24 Sep 2017, 15:32

Cancers are deadly. A book such as this that gives an awareness of it and hope is to me a very good one.

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Post by Sarah Tariq » 27 Sep 2017, 01:20

The book is a source of inspiration for those who are fighting cancer and for their loved ones who are helping them to come out of this trauma. In deed its a very good book. And cataclysmic Knight has fully covered the book in a review. A good review.
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Post by Mercy85 » 27 Sep 2017, 04:00

Cancer indeed is a wicked disease I appreciate the autghor for the review and also, for eye opening for most of us that have no

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Cancer indeed is a vital disease and I appreciate the reopview author for the eye opening for most of us that have no idea on how terrible this disease called cancer is.

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Post by Doaa Wael » 01 Oct 2017, 13:58

This is a very well written review for a such an empowering book. I believe stories that discuss the struggles of others and highlights their journey are very insightful. This book will be on my reading list, thanks to your review :)
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