Acton, MA, November 10, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- His cancer tumor was so large that he was given just three months to live, so Clint and his wife Mary Anne set out on the hardest journey of their lives: to survive the cancer. This is their inspiring story. (978-0-557-14770-0, trade paperback, 107 pp, 6 x 9, $12.96).
Surviving cancer allowed them to learn lessons that can help most cancer victims to fight their own battle with cancer. The million plus new cancer victims each year can learn from one couple’s ordeal about how they got medical help, dealt with insurance and hospitals, and successfully got through lengthy rehab.
From the back cover: “My cancer tumor was so large they initially gave me three months to live. The lessons my wife and I learned in surviving cancer and the rehab can help most people with their own fight. My daughter Ruth convinced me I should tell this story, just by sitting with me one summer day and gently remembering with me the beautiful years we all shared since cancer almost killed me.
“My cancer survival taught us lessons about life, the medical industry, and about ourselves. The lessons we learned can help someone else to get through their ordeal and to live many more beautiful years.”
“Surviving Cancer: Lessons to help you win your battle” is available on Lulu.com and can be ordered from any major bookseller (978-0-557-14770-0, trade paperback, 107 pp, 6 x 9, $12.96). It can be found at http://www.lulu.com/content/7659287
Author Clint Seward is a five year cancer survivor. He lives in Acton, MA with his wife Mary Anne where he writes local news stories and commentary and works to develop energy technology.