The Cancer Survivors Club
A collection of inspirational and uplifting stories
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The Cancer Survivors Club brings together first-hand accounts of ordinary people who have beaten cancer. They are old and young, their diagnoses common and rare, their courses of treatment long and short, but all are survivors. In these honest, unflinching and deeply personal stories, they write about the most difficult times in their lives, telling us how they found a strength and determination that they never knew they possessed; and they speak of the support they received from their families, friends, doctors and nurses – the importance of which cannot be overestimated.
Compiled by award-winning journalist Chris Geiger, who himself endured two years of cancer treatments, which included radiotherapy, chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant, this unique and inspiring collection offers hope, strength and encouragement to cancer patients around the world.
Praise For The Cancer Survivors Club: A collection of inspirational and uplifting stories…
‘An inspiring compilation for anyone struggling with cancer. Readers will find comfort and even a few laughs in the pages.’
— Library Journal
'I feel this is a very inspirational book to read and shows that with courage, determination and a positive attitude cancer can be beaten.'
— Bob Champion MBE, Grand National Winner & Cancer Survivor
‘I have no doubt this book will be very useful indeed. When a diagnosis is made many people are afflicted by fear and negativity - Chris Geiger will prove an inspiration.’
— Bel Mooney, Daily Mail columnist
‘What a wonderful book. I laughed I cried and was inspired.’
— Nursing Times
Oneworld Publications, 9781780747262, 272pp.
Publication Date: August 11, 2015
About the Author
Chris Geiger won the EDF Energy Columnist of the Year Award in 2011 for his light-hearted newspaper columns, publicising the disease and cancer charities. Chris himself had to endure two years of cancer treatment, which included a number of operations, radiotherapy, chemotherapy and a bone-marrow transplant before he was finally in remission. The Cancer Survivors Club is his latest literary project to inspire and encourage everyone touched by cancer. Chris lives in Bristol.