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supporting my mom who is now on tamoxafin pills for 5 years after finishing chemo (FEC and Taxol) and having a negative tumour count! She had breast cancer.
my mom had chemo in 2012. we were really scared about it too because it’s something we’ve obviously never had to go through before. but we spoke to the social worker in the oncologist’s office and she really put alot of our fears to rest (speak to one if there is one available). she said not to believe what we see on tv, cos alot of it is just for dramatic effect. modern medicine is so, well, m…   Read more…

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This is a testimonial that appeared on Amazon from an American lady who read my book and is just what I had hoped to hear. It was amazing to receive this and made writing the book worthwhile!

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