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Who Says I Can T?: A Two Time Cancer Surviving Amputee And Entrepreneur Who Fought Back, Survived And Thrived

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Two words have the power to change a persons outlook: goodconsidering. Jothy Rosenberg has heard this his whole life, starting at age sixteen when bone cancer led to the amputation of his right leg. Three years later, when cancer forced the removal of a lung and essentially served as a death sentence, this epithet continued. Rosenberg grew tired of only being good consider ...more
Paperback, 230 pages
Published February 1st 2010 by BASCOM Hill (first published 2009)
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Darren Cormier
When Jothy Rosenberg was 14 he was an active, athletic young man: jumping from a tree, hiking with his dog, etc. At this age, though, he began to injure his knee on a semi-regular basis, each time the pain he incurred progressively worse, his healing time progressively longer. What he didn't know was that he had a rare form of cancer (osteosarcoma) that would lead to the amputation of his right leg at age 16, a procedure rendered even worse by the inexperience of performing such a procedure on a ...more
Zinta
If you tell Jothy Rosenberg there is something you think he can’t do, chances are better than good that is just the thing he will do. Chances are even greater he will leave you in the dust while doing it, too. He’s like that. He’s probably always been like that, but what has really strengthened Jothy’s perseverance to take on life at full throttle, meet and beat every challenge he encounters, has been his experience of being a two-time cancer survivor.

Who Says I Can’t is Jothy’s memoir, publishe
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I worked with Jothy at Borland for a brief time. He was a remarkable person then. It doesn't surprise me he wrote such a book. I look forward to it!
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