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Cancer Still Sucks

Cancer Still Sucks

by David Yates

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After reaching the five-year-mark and hearing the words, "you are cancer free," most cancer sufferers are living proof that facing surgery, recovery, chemotherapy, and side effects are worth the effort to continue living.

Yet, although there are always new chemicals being developed to treat different types of cancer, including immunotherapy, which has proven to be highly successful, perhaps we should concentrate more on how to prevent cancer rather than treating it after it is diagnosed.

And that begins with our diets. And it ends with "never giving up" and "never, ever quitting."

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BN ID: 2940163094608
Publisher: David Yates
Publication date: 08/10/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 244 KB

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About David Yates

David Yates grew up in South Florida; Vero Beach (through 9th grade) and West Palm Beach (through 12th grade at Forest Hill High School). He is a Vietnam veteran, graduated from Louisiana State University with a BS degree, and has worked extensively in the construction and elder care fields. He is a pioneer in the development of "intergenerational care" (structured programs with preschool children and dependent elders within the same building with centers in Northern and Southern California, Colorado and Connecticut). He is currently retired and living in Ventura, California.

If lightning doesn't strike the same place twice, what are the odds that cancer would strike David Yates three times - and he would survive? David Yates survived serving military duty in Vietnam, only to come home and find out that he had cancer - malignant melanoma, to be exact. After surgery and recovery time, he was finally getting back on his feet when the cancer returned less than two years later. Surgery and treatment again followed, and David was back into his life - changed, but still moving forward.More than three decades later, David found himself receiving the news of a cancer diagnosis for the third time. If lightning doesn’t strike the same place twice, what are the odds that cancer would strike David Yates three times – and he would survive? David has a lot to say and he is finally getting around to putting it down in book form in an unforgettable and enlighting way.

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