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"There is no age restriction with cancer. You only have to be alive to grow it. You only have to be dead to get away from it completely."
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Running From Cancer: a tilted memoir is a journey of information showing why you don't want to travel this road, complete with simple tips, recipes, books and websites to check. It's inspirational, while humorously enlightening.
"Fantastic. SO well written.It's really, really, really good." Betsy Trumpener CBC Daybreak North
"Insightful." "Running From Cancer is littered with funny anecdotes." Charlie Smith Health Writer Georgia Straight