On February 4th, 2010, I was diagnosed with B-Cell Philadelphia Positive Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and at 28 years old began the fight of my life. It was a slap in the face; plain and simple. I felt like I’d been robbed. I was confused. Terrified. I didn’t know it then, but I was one of the lucky ones.
My story is about so much more than the leukemia. It’s about surviving – no, thriving – in the face of tragedy. Throughout my battle with leukemia, I learned deeply impactful life lessons only a cancer survivor can.
This got me thinking: why should cancer patients be the only ones privy to these lessons? No matter our journey or stage in life, we should all be given the opportunity to learn from tragedy.
To the End and Back: Lessons Learned Through Surviving Cancer is an intensely honest, matter-of-fact documentation of my battle and the lessons learned. The insights are sure to evoke reflection of the deepest kind and, most importantly, inspire action.
Cost: Pay What You Want
This book was my oppurtunity to give back and make a difference. Not only by sharing what I feel is a very powerful and inspirational message but also through giving back to the cancer community. I will be donating all proceeds received from this book to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
The book is avalilable for download in pdf format so that it is compatible with all tablets and e-readers