Wonderful reader feedback

I have been fortunate to have received lots of very positive feedback from readers about my book: 'Running the Marathon with Cancer'. The following from a reader in Adelaide was particularly special and made me feel a little emotional: "The book, wonderfully written, packs so many powerful messages that I was on an emotional roller-coaster while reading it (and that’s not counting the very informative medical accounts which, by the law of averages, could well be relevant one day either for myself or for a loved one). The analogy that sprung to my mind over the first 5 chapters was that of climbing a mountain, thinking repeatedly that you are coming to the summit, only to find each time that

Cancer Recovery & Exercise

Media Coverage Lots of recent media coverage about the importance of exercise during treatment for cancer including while having chemotherapy. Oncologists and other doctors and recommending exercise concurrently with treatment. Chemotherapy The side effects from chemotherapy can be very difficult to cope with. Doctors are now recommending vigorous exercise during chemotherapy as a way of mentally and physically coping with the side effects. This was my experience during my six months of chemotherapy. Surviving Cancer Exercise not only assists in coping with treatment but can assist greatly in surviving cancer. Preventing Reoccurrence The reports go further and say that vigorous exercise can

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