Cancer on my Mind is atypical among non-fiction brain tumor survivor books because it is narrated by a talking tumor that I battle for my survival. My approach toward surviving my brain tumor in 2000-2001 was to never give up. Applying a cancer patient versus brain tumor (man against himself) approach to surviving cancer enabled me to identify my goals, speak to and learn about my enemy, and fight harder to defeat it.
Cancer on my Mind provides an insight into what a cancer patient deals with mentally and physically to survive a brain tumor. It also communicates to the reader and cancer patient to “never give up” to accomplish any goal, especially surviving a brain tumor.
The book is unique and worthwhile because the tumor dialogue is outrageously funny, bringing humor to a life-and-death struggle that has touched the lives of many Americans.
Healing cancer requires knowledge of alternative treatments. Here it is.
About the Author
In 2000, Walter Kornichuk was diagnosed with a brain tumor and given a 40 percent chance to survive five years. He is happy to celebrate his tenth year of cancer-free living. He has been a volunteer for the National Brain Tumor Society-Patient and Caregiver Support Network since 2006.
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