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Table Of Contents

Facts about Endometrial Cancer
Frightening Symptom
The Diagnosis
The Blame Game
To tell or not to tell, that is the question
Your First Visit With An Oncologist
My Hysterectomy
Surgery Follow-Up
Beth & Jackie prepare me for chemotherapy
Day One of Chemo
Between Chemotherapy One & Two
Second Chemotherapy
Breathing Techniques
Hair loss isn’t fun
Side-Effects of Chemotherapy
Reactions After My Second Chemotherapy
Chemotherapy #3
Between Chemotherapy #3 and #4
Chemotherapy #4
Money & Chemo Brain
Indispensible help & support from family & friends
Chemotherapy #5
In Sickness and In Health
Chemotherapy #6
The Results
A New Normal
Writing This Book
Resources
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"My ta-tas were fine. I had cancer down there."

"My ta-tas were fine. I had cancer down there."

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“My ta-tas are fine. I had cancer down there.”

This inspiring book was written to give hope to the over 50,000 women diagnosed with Endometrial/Uterine Cancer each year. Although, cancer definitely detours your life it isn’t an automatic death sentence. This is a happy book about a serious subject. It is a cliff note version of Judy’s cancer journey. It includes tips, lessons learned and even humor as she mentions the value of farts and shares wisdom learned from Larry the Cable Guy and Forrest Gump.


Much has been written about breast, colon and prostate cancers. Little has been written about gynecological cancers. Unfortunately, cancer comes in a rainbow of colors. Being diagnosed with cancer is actually a bad news, good news day. Once the cancer has been detected, you can begin the battle to conquer it. Undetected your chances diminish. Keep in mind that none of the tips or suggestions contained in this book are meant to replace the advice of your doctor.


Beyond the tips and humor this book empowers and instills hope.
“My ta-tas are fine. I had cancer down there.”

This inspiring book was written to give hope to the over 50,000 women diagnosed with Endometrial/Uterine Cancer each year. Although, cancer definitely detours your life it isn’t an automatic death sentence. This is a happy book about a serious subject. It is a cliff note version of Judy’s cancer journey. It includes tips, lessons learned and even humor as she mentions the value of farts and shares wisdom learned from Larry the Cable Guy and Forrest Gump.


Much has been written about breast, colon and prostate cancers. Little has been written about gynecological cancers. Unfortunately, cancer comes in a rainbow of colors. Being diagnosed with cancer is actually a bad news, good news day. Once the cancer has been detected, you can begin the battle to conquer it. Undetected your chances diminish. Keep in mind that none of the tips or suggestions contained in this book are meant to replace the advice of your doctor.


Beyond the tips and humor this book empowers and instills hope.

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Publish date: Mar 19, 2013
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