Proto Book

Hey all

I've been working on an idea to help bolster the project

Recruiting for writers has been quite slow as you are aware. We are currently in two oncology centers, with signage and inclusion on services offered. I have identified and talked with several people directly in the ER who I had diagnosed and several friends who were either diagnosed or were in the process of ruling out. I have offered to lecture at the Association of Oncology Nurse Navigators. I am also in contact with a Chiropractor who specializes in oncology patients.

A little help please

If anyone is up for it, could you pen a few words about the project and any positive things you've found about it.

The cancer centers have been "Supporting" the project for about a year which means several hundred patients have passed through and we've received 1 or 2 (Very high quality) people form their efforts.

If they see a positive impact for the participants, they may ramp it up a bit.

Any help is appreciated.

The form should be as if you were talking to the head of the cancer program.

Fight on!


Prayers for Edel

Hello all;

I think I told you guys a while back that in trying to get this book done, the project had become quite personal in that my family had been affected. My Cousin Edel in Ireland 38 years old and mother of young children, on only 10 months old, contracted breast cancer.

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