This book for all the Mums, Best Friends, Sisters, Husbands, Brothers, Daughters and Sons who are in limbo when someone they love is diagnosed with breast cancer.
Covering everything from diagnosis and treatment to coming out the other end and most importantly, this book explains clearly how they can make a difference.
Written by a recent breast cancer survivor, this book gives first hand information with easy-to-understand explanations, tips and advice.
Every section of the book has an explanation, ‘How You Can Help’ tips and also information on the author’s experience.
Published September 2012 by Urban Traffic Publishing
Available to buy on Kindle (£2.05/$2.99) and paperback (£6.99/$9.99) from Amazon
£1 will be donated to Breast Cancer Care until 31st Dec 2012 and then the charity receiving the £1 donation per sale will change monthly thereafter.
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Further information can be found at http://www.katherineformosabown.co.uk
“Since being diagnosed in 2009, I’ve regularly been asked by newly diagnosed women for tips and information on my experience. I’ve also been there to support friends and family members of recently diagnosed women, giving them an insight into my experience and how they could offer their support. I’m sure you can imagine; the news is shocking enough to take in, never mind where to start and what to do next. So I wrote this book as the essential guide!”
Katherine Formosa Bown, Author
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Book samples are available on request
Contains first hand information, with easy-to-understand explanations, tips and advice!
NOTES TO EDITORS
About the Author
• Katherine Formosa Bown is a Marketing Consultant from Cardiff, South Wales.
• She was diagnosed at 33 years old with Stage 1, Grade 3 breast cancer in February 2009, after finding a lump in her breast whilst on honeymoon.
• She had 18 weeks of FEC chemotherapy, 3 weeks of Radiotherapy and is currently still taking Tamoxifen.
• Since completing treatment, she has given a lot of her time to supporting and fundraising for cancer research and breast cancer charities.
• She described her cancer journey as “Grueling… but life changing!”.
About Breast Cancer
• Nearly 50,000 people are diagnosed with breast cancer each year in the UK.
• That’s one person every 10 minutes.
• Just over 12,000 people die from breast cancer in the UK every year.
• There are an estimated 550,000 people living in the UK today who have had a diagnosis of breast cancer.
• In women under the age of 35, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer.
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