Chemo, Cupcakes and Carpools: How to go through chemo with your family, your marriage, and your sanity intactKindle Edition Amazon.co.uk Price: £2.92 (as of 30/09/2021 11:57 PST- Details)

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Boobs Are For Life, Not Just For Insta!: Does life pause for Breast cancer? Making you laugh and cry, this brutally honest memoir is uplifting. Ordinary girl, extraordinary story.Kindle Edition

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What do you do when you receive a cancer diagnosis?Plan a wedding and get married? Move into, and renovate a house? Set up a blog to raise awareness? Or all of the above?Sarah J Vaughan was an ordinary girl, living an ordinary life, when cancer turned her world upside down. But this is no boring, ordinary cancer story.Whilst describing the ‘journey’ from diagnosis through to treatment and recovery, she shares the most personal, gritty and honest account of what breast cancer can be. However, it’s humorous, heart-warming and uplifting. It allows the reader to empathise but simultaneously laugh along with the graphic and toe-curling episodes and dark humoured recollections.The narrative is complimented by personal photographs and evocative artworks which allow the reader to become absorbed in her story. It reflects on the difficulty of raising awareness through her blog ‘First of The Month Check for a Lump’. Many of us seem in denial regarding our health, and Sarah asks the questions why?Whilst this book isn’t for the fainthearted, by being frank, it allows her to remove the mystique, which only creates fear. With 1 in 8 women now getting breast cancer, it has probably touched us all at some point. So, this will appeal to many women, who, if they themselves haven’t had a cancer diagnosis, have supported their mum, sister, daughter, auntie or friend. This is the reality. This book is her reality.

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What do you do when you receive a cancer diagnosis?Plan a wedding and get married? Move into, and renovate a house? Set up a blog to raise awareness? Or all of the above?Sarah J Vaughan was an ordinary girl, living an ordinary life, when cancer turned her world upside down. But this is no boring, ordinary cancer story.Whilst describing the ‘journey’ from diagnosis through to treatment and recovery, she shares the most personal, gritty and honest account of what breast cancer can be. However, it’s humorous, heart-warming and uplifting. It allows the reader to empathise but simultaneously laugh along with the graphic and toe-curling episodes and dark humoured recollections.The narrative is complimented by personal photographs and evocative artworks which allow the reader to become absorbed in her story. It reflects on the difficulty of raising awareness through her blog ‘First of The Month Check for a Lump’. Many of us seem in denial regarding our health, and Sarah asks the questions why?Whilst this book isn’t for the fainthearted, by being frank, it allows her to remove the mystique, which only creates fear. With 1 in 8 women now getting breast cancer, it has probably touched us all at some point. So, this will appeal to many women, who, if they themselves haven’t had a cancer diagnosis, have supported their mum, sister, daughter, auntie or friend. This is the reality. This book is her reality.

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