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One Chapter Here is My Survival Story

Many of you know that I plan to write a book someday on my cancer survival story but, for now, the preface to this story is a chapter found HERE, a book for which I collaborated with some Canadian friends of mine.

“This book is a wonderful contribution to letting the world know we're beating cancer - albeit slowly. We need to change the culture, so that when the word is mentioned, we don't think death ...we think survival. Those of us who have been successful in fighting it need to share that with the world; we need to spotlight the amazing work researchers are doing to treat - and sometimes cure - the many cancers. That's the contribution our story tellers make in this book. Cancer was one of the best things ever to happen to me - because of the incredible people I met - and continue to meet - on the journey, and the realization that every day which starts with waking up is a day to dance!“ - Max Keeping, CTV News Ottawa, cancer survivor | @ltaLINK
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Goettingen, Germany, reverend saving out-of-pring books

This clip is a dated a couple of weeks ago, but it is one of those rare reports from Goettingen, Germany, the home town of Torben Schmidt, my stem cell donor. | @ltaLINK
German reverend saving out-of-pring books
CDInsight - ‎Oct 30, 2009‎
Reverend Martin Weskott of Goettingen, Germany, is helping to preserve a part of German culture, reports the Agence France-Presse. ...
Saving East German books from history's rubbish heap AFP
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Cancer: Increasing Your Odds of Survival

The content below is actually a Powerpoint presentation adapted and placed on this blog through a free service known as SlideShare.  Any blogger or web master may register and use this internet utility for adding content to pages.  If you know how to use Powerpoint, this may be your chosen route for creating and publishing expanded internet content.  What is particularly neat about this tool is that it allows you to create multiple pages to display in one window of each blog post.  This window may be expanded to the the size of a full screen using the menu at the bottom of the window.  All content is configured with active hyper links.
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