Official Review: Personal Encounters with Cancer

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Re: Official Review: Personal Encounters with Cancer

Post by KamalK » 12 Jan 2018, 23:58

This book definitely is relevant to people going through such stage, actively or passively. Sharing her own experiences in this book could have brought painful memories to the author. I commend her effort to support other cancer patients.

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Post by Gbemisola » 13 Jan 2018, 00:07

My appreciation goes to the author and all that were willing to share their experiences with cancer in this book. Everyone should read this book to understand better how to support those that find themselves fighting against this ailment. Thanks for the insightful review.

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Post by Benedict 99 » 13 Jan 2018, 00:15

(Personal encounter with cancer) being my point of reference, has brought to me the reality of pain and at most difficult situations that cancer patients under go. Looking at the six types of cancer discussed in the book: Lung, prostate, Metastases, bladder, Tongue, and breast, it is evident that life can only be torturous to the patient. Most types of cancer require unending sessions of chemo and strict medications. Chemo is an expensive affair leave alone being scarce in some parts of the world. For this reason, we should hold hands together and help cancer patients to fight these killer disease, so that they may lead a joyous life like we all wish to. Don't we? I appreciate the work done by the author, it is of great positive impact to the society.

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Post by ReviewerDiksha » 13 Jan 2018, 00:19

The author's, and the people she has mentioned, stories are not only a show of support for people going through these things, but also inspiring to the people who are untouched by such atrocities.

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Post by HouseOfAtticus » 13 Jan 2018, 00:21

This sounds like a brilliant work. It is important for people with cancer as well as the rest of us. I loved the review.

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Post by jennyd2003 » 13 Jan 2018, 00:30

Good review. I think this book could help those dealing with these types of cancer the most. It would help anyone understand though what a person going through cancer feels. I recommend it to everyone because cancer is so widespread maybe it could help someone relate to another person who knows someone with cancer just by being there for them.

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Post by Uinto » 13 Jan 2018, 00:40

The book is quite emotive and deals with personal challenges of our lives. I thank the author for such an insightful book. Thanks too for the excellent reviewing work.

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Post by Quinto » 13 Jan 2018, 00:47

The book deals with real personal challenges that are eye-opening. I admire the courage of those who share their challenges. Thanks to the author for her compilation. Great review.

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Post by CaitlynLynch » 13 Jan 2018, 00:50

This sounds beautifully written, but I know the subject matter will put a lot of people off... until they have to deal with cancer themselves. Hopefully this can find an audience in the people who need it most!

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Post by Hildah Mose » 13 Jan 2018, 00:58

I will check this out. I know there's alot I can learn about cancer and taking care of cancer patients. Actually it's for everyone so as to create awareness. Thanks for the review.

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Post by Sincerely » 13 Jan 2018, 01:13

I cann't imagine what cancer patients go through, so to have a book talk discuss it, is amazing.It would be my pleasure to read this book.Great review!

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Post by dragonet07 » 13 Jan 2018, 01:14

It's great to see a book sharing the experiences of not just one cancer patient or just one type of cancer but four different people suffering from four different kinds of cancer. I'm sad that these people had to go through such tough times, but at least they can let others know that they are not alone. Thank you for the insightful review.
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Post by Sarah Tariq » 13 Jan 2018, 01:24

The book is absolutely inspiring. No doubt, having cancer is a big ordeal not only for the person who face it but for all the people around. Great review.
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Post by Nomundari » 13 Jan 2018, 01:26

As the author said cancer depends person to person and has lots of different way to treat. I like this book, because this book introduces us to each invidual who fought againts cancer and won!! This book is great, thank you!!

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Post by Fly flyy » 13 Jan 2018, 01:38

The book seems to at the centre of a very touching topic and this disease has in itself caused a lot of pain to those who see their loved ones dieing each day because of this hazard. :(

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