Cancer Has Its Privileges: Stories Of Hope And Laughter

Paperback | May 7, 2002

byChristine CliffordIntroduction byArnold Palmer

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Cancer survivor and founder of The Cancer Club&reg, Christine Clifford has been sharing her inspiring, humorous outlook on living with cancer with thousands of cancer patients and their families. Now she has gathered a collection of battlefield stories and anecdotes from her fellow survivors that go from the outright hilarious to the downright moving, and combined them with her own personal story of triumphant survival.

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Cancer survivor and founder of The Cancer Club&reg, Christine Clifford has been sharing her inspiring, humorous outlook on living with cancer with thousands of cancer patients and their families. Now she has gathered a collection of battlefield stories and anecdotes from her fellow survivors that go from the outright hilarious to the d...

Christine Clifford has written two award-winning books about cancer, Not Now...I'm Having a No Hair Day and Our Family Has Cancer, Too!, written especially for children. She is President and CEO of The Cancer Club®, which markets humorous and helpful products internationally for people who have cancer.

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Format:PaperbackPublished:May 7, 2002Publisher:Penguin Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0399527761

ISBN - 13:9780399527760

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"The perfect dose of medicine for anyone whose life has been touched by cancer." —Michele Smith, Olympic gold medalist

"A remarkable woman whose sense of humor became her best weapon against an often dehumanizing disease."—Arnold Palmer, from the Introduction