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I'd Rather Do Chemo Than Clean Out the Garage: Choosing Laughter Over Tears

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Pearls of wisdom balance hilarious fun in this shameless exploitation of the chemo lifestyle. Fran Di Giacomo shares the game plan she has used for survival, for quality of life, and to maintain her career as a professional artist. ?As a career member of the Chemo Club, I have lived with cancer for twenty years, ? writes Fran. ?In the last five years, I have had thirteen h ...more
Paperback, 163 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Brown Books
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lconnor
This book was a gift from my friend Aggie. From the author's personal experiences in her fight with cancer, many vignettes are included to help others find humor in some of the daily drudgeries associated with cancer. I agree that laughter is good medicine; but, I have to admit that reading the book (it was a very quick read) made me cry. There are so many kind and giving persons that help others.
Christie
A self-published account on how to get through cancer and chemo by choosing laughter over tears. I'm not sure how it would go over with someone actually undergoing chemo, but I loved Di Giacomo's up-beat, can-do attitude!
Lisa
Every cancer patient should read this fun and funny book that reminds us to always keep our sense of humor and to look at the positive side of life.
Melanie Schweiger
If you know anyone going through chemo, this book is a must...encouraging and humorous!
Jcg
Good read to help understand a person with cancer.
Cheryl Angel
Perfect blend of wisdom and humor.
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