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Local Breast Cancer Survivor Writes Book With A Different Spin

| September 07, 2013, 01:22 PM | 2 Comments

doybleMake Mine A Double….A Mastectomy That Is

This book, written by local author Beth Kaufman, can help people keep a sense of humor through cancer treatment, even on the worst days. This book is a great book for newly diagnosed patients, caregivers, and survivors alike from the eyes of a 4-year survivor–and comedienne.

This is Beth’s personal story of her bout with breast cancer. It is told with humor, yet is poignant. It takes you on a year-long ride from start to finish. You will laugh, you will cry but you will certainly get your yearly mammograms after reading her story.

It is unique in the way it is told from a comedienne’s point of view, a stand up guide to getting through 525,600 minutes of  a cancer patient’s life. Use this book as your “stand up” guide to surviving breast cancer.

For more information, visit Beth’s website: www.bkmmad.com or follow her on Twitter @bethkaufman3_ or check her out on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/MakeMineADoubleMastectomy?ref=hl

And the book, Make Mine A Double…A Mastectomy That Is, is available on Amazon for $8.80.

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  1. Ismur says:

    It says here that “you will certainly get your yearly mammograms after reading her story.” I doubt that this will be the case after reading “The Mammogram Myth: The Independent Investigation Of Mammography The Medical Profession Doesn’t Want You To Know About” by Rolf Hefti. More likely, you will never have a mammogram (again).

  2. Beth says:

    At the very least, you’ll check yourself!

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