What I Wish I Knew About Cancer
If you could go back and give your younger self one piece of advice about cancer, what would it be?
Every 29 seconds, someone in the world is diagnosed with cancer and in an instant, they have to come to terms with a whole new future. To help make this adjustment just that little bit easier, here is a collection of real advice from real people who have all had their own first hand experience of the disease. Survivors and pre-vivors, medical professionals and loved ones, all passing on what they have learned about the best ways to prevent, treat and eventually outlast cancer.
What I Wish I Knew About Cancer was co-written with Marty Wilson and produced in association with the Tour de Cure. We are proud to donate all royalties to curing this indiscriminate, stubborn and, let’s face it, bloody obnoxious disease.