What people are saying...
"I particularly liked the "takeaways" at the end of each chapter that summarized the important info.
Janet Parker, Cancer Survivor
"See Jane Beat Cancer is a great combination of medical and personal--not just facts, but the emotions Jane went through on the journey. Many newly diagnosed patients will really appreciate her insight—it is well written, informative, and real. I tend to think of the cancer diagnosis as going to war--never anybody's choice and always with unanticipated consequences--but Jane did it right and Jane won the war.”
Elizabeth Turnage, M.D.
“I think your book is going to be uplifting and informative to so many. You are a skilled communicator and writer. Your story is powerful, strong, and beautiful."
Janice Vick, LMT-Instructor, CHt.
Oncology Massage of Waco and Hypnosis Center, Waco, Texas.
Medical Mindfulness instructor for chronic pain and medical conditions and nutrition for the prevention of disease.
“I think Jane's book would be of interest to someone who has been through the experience, or basically anyone who might face a similar experience in the future, or has a loved one who may face the experience in their family in the future. That is practically everyone.”
Lillian Cutshall, Family Member of Cancer Patient
Amazon Reader Reviews
This is a very uplifting book. Jane uses beautiful subjects such as birds, flowers, music, faith and especially devoted and loving family and friends to make her way through difficult and frightening times. We should all go through life with more appreciation and respect for these subjects. Jane also uses her considerable intellect to make the most of her one day at a time approach. Her carefully notated "steps" and questions will certainly help guide any person having to travel this road. Jane is a wonderful story-teller and the cheerful pictures and added sides from her husband, Paul, and friends add a personal and human touch to her narrative. I highly recommend this book just for the information contained and the pleasure of reading it.