Monday, 5 June 2017

'Chemo Stories' - Real-life stories from - and for - cancer patients

cancer, breast cancer, chemotherapy, survivor
Ali was diagnosed with breast cancer 3 years ago -
and now wants to give something back. 
There's an old saying that 'everyone has a book inside of them', and that is often most true of those that have been through a life-changing experience.

In this case, that person is Henley writer Ali S, who has conceived a book of short, true stories about chemotherapy, drawn from both her own experiences in 2014 and those of others she has contacted. 

Her book is designed to be given away freely to those that need it via hospitals, cancer care units, charities and libraries.

A positive focus 


Ali hopes that the book will bring comfort or reassurance to cancer patients who are currently having treatment, expecting their chemotherapy to start and those that have had chemotherapy.  The stories will be candid and honest (because chemo is brutal, Ali explains) but also focus on the positive things that people can do to help themselves and each other. 

And to realise her dream of getting those free copies to everyone that needs them, Ali has launched a crowdfunding campaign to help her write, publish and distribute the book. She's set a target of raising £12,000, with £3,390 already pledged. Perhaps you'd like to add to that sum before her campaign ends on the 16th June?

To find out more about the ‘Friendly Book of Short True Chemotherapy Stories’ campaign, visit the crowdfunding page - and share this info with as many others as you can. 

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